February 16, 2015

After the Alice decision last summer by the Supreme Court, a large number of business method and software patents have been invalidated or found unpatentable by federal courts and the Patent Office as being drawn to abstract ideas. Innovators and attorneys practicing in these areas have been left uncertain as to what constitutes an abstract idea versus what is patentable. In this week's Polsinelli Podcast, Richard Stitt discusses the potential ramifications and how this might impact litigation strategy going forward. Richard is a former research scientist and registered patent attorney whose practice focuses on intellectual property, litigation and licensing.

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