Fordham Conference: Paul Michel says 101 legislation and a court fix can work together
Former Federal Circuit chief judge Paul Michel “bet on both horses”, referring to possible fixes for Section 101 in court and in Congress, during a discussion yesterday at the Fordham IP Conference in New York
The US Supreme Court’s precedent on Section 101 in its Diehr, Bilski, Mayo, and Alice decisions demonstrates a “schizophrenic” approach to patentable subject matter, according to Paul Michel, the retired judge of the US Court of Appeals for the Federal...
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