In re Bilski: Set Aside Your Criticism and Learn to Love it

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This article discusses the Supreme Court's highly-anticipated In re Bilski decision on patentable subject matter. In re Bilski addressed whether, and under what circumstances, business methods are eligible for patent protection. In addition to describing the analysis adopted by the Court, the article concludes that the Court appropriately decided the case on narrow grounds consistent with longstanding constitutional limits on the Court's power.

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