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A Small Business Patent Case Heads To The Supreme Court

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An upcoming Supreme Court case could change patent laws that would affect thousands of small businesses. Eric Smith, the owner of Impression Products in Charleston, WV, and his attorney Paul Hughes with Mayer Brown, tell us why this case could have a major impact on entrepreneurs.