Video: the fate of computer-implemented inventions
The US Supreme Court is slated to decide a record nine intellectual property cases (six of which are patent cases) this term, covering topics affecting the litigation of intellectual property cases (burdens of proof, fee shifting, standing, statutes of limitation) and the substance of the intellectual property law. In this video interview, intellectual property and technology partner Eric Sophir discusses Alice Corp v CLE Bank International, addressing the patent eligibility of computer-implemented subject matter.
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