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S.1368 Access to Repair Parts Act, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jun 25, 2009 Read twice and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

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    • gahreesen_info: Committees with insurance interests. - November 17, 2010 by Gahreesen - The panel is also considering S.1368, a bill that would protect aftermarket auto parts makers from some patent-infringement claims. It's a bill the property/casualty industry favors because of its use of such parts to make crash repairs ...

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      As noted by Gahreesen on November 17, 2010, "The panel is also considering S.1368, a bill that would protect aftermarket auto parts makers from some patent-infringement claims. It's a bill the property/casualty industry favors because of its use of such parts to make crash repairs ..." (http://gahreesen-info.livejournal.com/394300.html)
    • New Government Report: Intellectual Property in Industrial Designs ... - September 20, 2010 by Diane Publishing's Blog - In the 111th Congress, two bills would establish a 'repair' exemption within the Patent Act. Although potentially of broad application, H.R. 3059 and S. 1368, each titled the 'Access to Repair Parts Act,' appear to have been motivated ...

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      As noted by Diane Publishing's Blog on September 20, 2010, "In the 111th Congress, two bills would establish a 'repair' exemption within the Patent Act. Although potentially of broad application, H.R. 3059 and S. 1368, each titled the 'Access to Repair Parts Act,' appear to have been motivated ..." (http://dianepub.wordpress.com/2010/09/21/new-government-report-intellectual-property-in-industrial-designs/)
    • S. 1368 [110th]: Denali Commission Act Amendments Act of 2007 ... - September 15, 2010 by Introduced Legislation -- Tracked by GovTrack.us - 10 May 2007

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      As noted by Introduced Legislation -- Tracked by GovTrack.us on September 15, 2010, "10 May 2007 " (http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=s110-1368)

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