Senate Begins To Weigh IP Enforcement Act

Law360, New York (September 10, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A bill aimed at cracking down on copyright and trademark infringement by devoting more resources to the federal enforcement of intellectual property laws could go up for a vote in a U.S. Senate committee on Thursday.

The Senate Committee on the Judiciary will discuss the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights Act of 2008 during a business meeting on Thursday afternoon, during which lawmakers can push for amendments and decide to vote on whether to send the legislation to the full chamber.

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