3. (15 POINTS) Under 35 U.S.C. § 112 patent claims may be invalidated as indefinite. The Federal Circuit has interpreted the law to invalidate patented claims only when those claims are “insolubly ambiguous.” The insolubly ambiguous standard is a high standard, and patent claims are quite unlikely to be found invalid under that standard. More recently, policymakers have considered lowering the standard, but only for pre-issuance patent applications undergoing patent prosecution. Is this proposal a good idea? Why?