‘This bill is really about making sure disputes are filed somewhere that makes sense’
plain English translation: make inventors file in districts where the juries and judges are our employees or relatives of and where we control who is elected or appointed to the bench…so we can make our own laws and take what we want without paying
Sure, filing in the districts of infringers makes sense…to invention thieves.
Two questions are paramount for inventors and small entities when choosing where to sue infringers 1) how long will it take to get to trial, and 2) what are the chances I will get transferred to another district. In some districts it will take 7 years or longer to get to trial. We cannot wait that long, or we’ll go out of business. If we get transferred out to a district that takes that long, we get the same results. In other districts, such as eastern Texas, we get to trial in a much shorter time -maybe as little as 2 years or less, and have a good chance of staying there (or at least once did). Infringers don’t like speedy trials. They would rather wait until hell freezes over with the hope we will go out of business, or at least settle for crumbs so we can remain in business. That is not justice.
Don’t believe the lies and Chinese style propaganda of large multinational thieves and their puppets. Just because they call it reform doesn’t mean it is.