The more you examine the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit’s recent decision in Secured Mail Solutions v. Universal Wilde, which upheld the district court’s ruling that Secured Mail’s seven asserted patents were ineligible for patenting under 35 U.S.C. Section 101, the more you find its logic curiouser and curiouser, as Lewis Carrol’s Alice might have put it.
By Brad Sheafe|November 02, 2017
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