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Read our current issue: Volume 20, Issue 2 - Fall 2016

Resolving Patent Eligibility and Indefiniteness in Proper Context: Applying Alice and Aristocrat
By Raymond A. Mercado
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s revolution in § 101 jurisprudence, district courts have begun resolving questions of patent eligibility at an early stage in patent litigation, without evidence or formal claim construction. This chaotic new trend represents a departure from the test set forth in Mayo/Alice, which requires courts to determine whether a patent teaches an “inventive ...
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