Federal Circuit clarifies patent eligibility post-Bilski
The Federal Circuit has ruled that the words “computer-aided” do not limit a claim for a method of managing a credit application meaningfully enough to make it patent-eligible
In DealerTrack v Huber, the court invoked the Supreme Court’s Bilski ruling to explain its finding that one of the two patents in suit claims patent-ineligible subject matter. “The claim ‘explain[s] the basic concept’ of processing information through a clearing-house,...
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