A patent doubleheader

Every time the U.S. Supreme Court takes a patent case, the collective patent bar (in-house and outside counsels alike) takes a deep breath. The risks are high, the court lacks patent expertise, the influence of the justices’ personal agendas is substantial and the Supreme Court is swayed as much or more by public sentiment and newspaper editorial pages as it is by the letter of the law. That …

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