‘the Federal Circuit held that the broad definition of “reside” in § 1391 also applied to § 1400(b)’
We agree and applaud the court. As has always been the tradition in America, plaintiffs have always had the right to bring suit for a tort in any venue where their rights are trespassed. If infringers don’t want to be held accountable in a given venue, then don’t rob us there. Of course if it was their invention that was stolen, the defendants would no doubt claim the right to sue in any venue they wished. The dissembling and intrigue by thieves will never end.
Just because they call it ‘reform’ doesn’t mean it is.
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