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BERNARD L. BILSKI AND RAND A. WARSAW, v. DAVID J. KAPPOS.

Supreme Court of United States.

June 28, 2010.

The question raised in this case is whether a claimed invention designed for the business world is patent eligible. 1,070 more words

Patent

ALICE CORPORATION PTY. LTD, v. CLS BANK INTERNATIONAL ET AL.

Supreme Court of the United States.

The patents at issue in this case disclose a computer-implemented scheme for mitigating “settlement risk” by using a third-party intermediary. 464 more words

Patent

"The reason it's so difficult to obtain progressive verdicts in India's courts" by Girish Shahane

Source: http://scroll.in/article/716073/The-reason-it’s-so-difficult-to-obtain-progressive-verdicts-in-India’s-courts

Liberals won a small victory on Tuesday when the Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional Section 66A of the Information Technology Act that had criminalised the transmission of electronic communications that had the potential to annoy or offend people. 1,629 more words

Anarchism

Landmark case: LOVING V. VIRGINIA

Few cases were more aptly named than Loving v. Virginia, which pitted an interracial couple – 17-year-old Mildred Jeter, who was black, and her childhood sweetheart, 23-year-old white construction worker, Richard Loving – against Virginia’s “miscegenation” laws banning marriage between blacks and whites. 690 more words

Young Lawyer Blog

Notes on Government's Submission in the Shreya Singhal Petition

By Siddharth Narrain

(These note will be revised once a final version is put out)

3rd Feb 2015- SC- Justices Jasti Chelameswar and Rohinton Nariman… 4,880 more words

Amanda Knox murder conviction overturned by Italy high court

ROME (AP) — Italy’s highest court on Friday overturned the murder conviction against Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend in the 2007 slaying of Knox’s roommate, bringing to a definitive end the high-profile case that captivated trial-watchers on both sides of the Atlantic. 606 more words

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