Monthly Archives: June 2014

SCOTUS Alice Patent Ruling: Rumors of Software Patent Death Greatly Exaggerated – AGAIN

The SCOTUS recently ruled in the infamous Alice case, which the rabid anti-software patent pundits had been counting on to somehow destroy their evil nemesis. Turns out, the ruling in the case was a big …dud, because it neither addresses software patents, nor gave any insights on how to apply the awfully-named-entirely-made-up “abstract” test used by […]

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Real Patent Reform (Part II): Eliminate The Easy Path To The Courthouse

Recently I was asked by someone I respect and consider on the “other side” of the patent debate about why it was that I did not support the patent “reform” bill that recently was tabled. Its very simple: it is not intended to “reform” anything – it is a transparent attempt to weaken small inventor […]

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