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Friday, October 12, 2012
by Anandashankar Mazumdar
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Ananda and Tony fear that the chances of a Washington Nationals vs. Cincinnati Reds National League playoff isn't as certain as it had seemed to be. But on to business: The U.S. Supreme Court agrees to review a case involving Monsanto's seed patents and also one on the Federal Circuit's malpractice standard. But Tony thinks the bigger news is the Federal Circuit's decision to sit en banc on patent eligibility of computerized methods. Finally, there's a break in the long-running Google Books dispute.
Tony's full writeup on the cert grants is available here. Ananda's story on the Google Books settlement is here.
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