U.S. justices' hefty IP docket is patently logical
Hill of beans
The Supreme Court is reviewing fewer total cases but more on intellectual property. That makes sense. Patent law is badly muddled - as next week’s hearing about rights to altered soybean seeds is likely to demonstrate. Clearing up such legal quagmires is crucial to the economy.
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