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Red Hat Software Patents The Courts

Red Hat Assistant General Counsel Analyses Supreme Court's Patent Ruling 43 43

ectoman (594315) writes The U.S. Supreme Court issued a groundbreaking decision concerning software patents, claiming that abstract ideas are not by themselves patentable. The ruling was a cause for celebration among those opposed to software patent abuse, like Red Hat's Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, Rob Tiller. Here, Tiller analyzes and offers some context for the Court's ruling, which "uses the traditional common law methodology of comparing one case to previous similar cases and harmonizing with those most similar."
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Red Hat Assistant General Counsel Analyses Supreme Court's Patent Ruling

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