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The eligibility of software for patent protection is in the spotlight once again, but this time it is the U.S. Supreme Court that might be making the decision. Oral argument has already taken place in Alice v. CLS Bank. Although the Supreme Court will not render its decision for several months, the case has already attracted significant attention. READ MORE »
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Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank International, a legal case about software patents that the United States Supreme Court will hear in 2014, presents the issue whether certain claims about a computer-implemented, electronic escrow service for facilitating financial transactions concern abstract ideas ineligible for patent protection. It is the first Supreme Court case on the patentability of software since Gottschalk v. Benson in 1972. This case could establish a test of patent-eligibility that clarifies under what circumstances one may patent software or can be found to be infringing on a software patent.