No clear winner in Canadian one-click case
The ruling of Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on the Amazon one-click case last week has clarified that business methods are patentable, but questions remain and the case could still be appealed to the Supreme Court
In last week’s ruling, Justice Karen Sharlow said that business methods are not categorically excluded from patentability, but left open the question of whether Amazon’s patent meets the definition of a patentable invention under Canadian law.
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