Nearly a hundred years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court examined injunctions for halting patent violations in a case about paper bags. The justices on Wednesday will consider the same issue in a case about eBay Inc.’s computerized auction technology. Times change, indeed, but will the law?

For patent litigators, scholars, inventors and others, it is more — often a lot more — than the quintessential $64,000 question.

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