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Supreme Court issues opinion in Alice v. CLS

USA - June 20 2014 Yesterday, the Supreme Court issued its highly anticipated opinion in Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank International, a patent case that dealt with whether...

Steven J. Goldstein, William S. Morriss, Matthew R. Schantz, Douglas A. Gastright.

Supreme Court hears oral arguments in Nautilus v. Biosig Instruments

USA - April 29 2014 Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Nautilus Inc. v. Biosig Instruments, Inc., a patent case addressing the issues of whether an...

Steven J. Goldstein, William S. Morriss, Matthew R. Schantz, Douglas A. Gastright.

Supreme Court hears oral argument in Alice Corp v. CLS Bank: when are inventions too abstract to be patented?

USA - April 1 2014 Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Alice Corporation Pty. Ltd. v. CLS Bank International, a closely watched patent case dealing...

Steven J. Goldstein, William S. Morriss, Matthew R. Schantz.

Myriad Supreme Court decision - cDNA, but not isolated DNA, is patent eligible subject matter

USA - June 17 2013 In Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad ("Myriad"), 569 U.S. ____ (2013), the Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision regarding the...

Steven J. Goldstein, Scott R. Conley, Karlyn A. Schnapp, Ph.D., Nicole Tepe, Ph.D., Julie A. McConihay.

A new way to secure European patent rights is on the horizon

European Union - January 16 2013 The European Union ("EU") is rolling out the new "unitary" patent, which will be administered by a new Unified Patent Court. The unitary patent will...

Steven J. Goldstein, Julie A. McConihay.