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Federal Court Hears Myriad Gene Case This Morning

The following is a guest post from Ann McCrackin. I attended oral arguments at the CAFC on Monday for Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc.   The three-judge panel included Judge Bryson, Judge Lourie and Judge Moore.  Most of the … Continue reading

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A European view of RCT v. Microsoft – A Pyrrhic victory?

From Paul Cole The law gets into a mess when a court does the right things for the wrong reasons. By way of introduction, the present proceedings concern a method for the production of halftone images created at the University … Continue reading

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