AGs Urge Federal Support For State Patent Troll Battles

Law360, Washington (February 25, 2014, 7:03 PM EST) -- A pair of state attorneys general on Tuesday urged federal lawmakers to give states the clear authority to deal with so-called patent trolls under their own consumer laws, saying proposed federal legislation would help curb troll activity but both state and federal attention is needed.

In a briefing to Senate staffers, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers and Vermont Attorney General William H. Sorrell said they supported proposed federal legislation curbing patent trolls' litigation practices, barring unfair and deceptive demand letters, and widening the Federal Trade Commission’s authority...
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