December 17, 2015

“How the USPTO’s “analysis paralysis” changed the software patent game,” Inside Counsel, December 9, 2015

About a year after Alice Corp v. CLS Bank International, inventors and patent experts are still coming to terms with the Supreme Court’s decision. They are struggling to describe which types of software-related inventions qualify as patentable subjects and which will be designated “abstract ideas” and, therefore, be ineligible for patent protection under §101.