Intellectual Property - 2008/2009 Winter Bulletin

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IN THIS BULLETIN:

*Protecting Patents for Personalized Medicine, pg. 1

*The Fallout From Bilski: Significant Change in What is Considered Patentable, pg. 2

*Quick Updates, pg. 5

..Ninth Circuit Applies Its Implied License Test to Software, pg. 5

..Minsky v. Linden Research Inc.-Tiffany v. eBay Revisited, pg. 5

..Consideration of Prior Art by Courts Does Not Bar Subsequent Consideration in Reexaminations, pg. 6

..California Supreme Court Rejects the "Narrow Restraint" Exception to Noncompetition Agreements, pg. 7

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