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» Amicus Brief in KSR v. Teleflex from IPcentral Weblog
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» Not your dads nonobviousness standard from The Fire of Genius
Today, in response to the Supreme Courts invitation, the Solicitor General filed a brief expressing the views of the U.S. on the petition in KSR Intl Co. v. Teleflex Inc., S. Ct. No. 04-1350. (Copy of the brief courtesy of SCOTUSblog.) ... [Read More]

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