The Post-Bilski landscape: Why some tried, but failed, to ban “business method” patents

15 07 2010

It’s not a stretch to say that many members of the patent bar were
relieved when the U.S. Supreme Court finally issued its decision in
Bilski v. Kappos late last month. Considering that plenty of those lawyers—and
the clients they represent—feared an opinion that would severely
restrict what kind of technology is worthy of patent protection. As it
turns out, those fears were misplaced.

[detailed analysis of the issues follows, ed.}


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