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Concerns mount over Alice v CLS Bank case at Supreme Court

Michael Loney, New York

One of the most watched patent cases this year will be the US Supreme Court’s ruling in Alice v CLS Bank. Observers hope this will at last provide some certainty around interpreting Section 101 after more than four decades of confusion. They will likely be disappointed

“I don’t think a positive outcome is likely,” Robert Stoll, partner at Drinker Biddle and former USPTO commissioner of patents, told Managing IP. “Those who pray should do so. I am very concerned about what the Supreme Court will do....

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