Wegner Quoted on Recent Supreme Court Decision

03 June 2014 Reuters News


Partner Harold Wegner was quoted in a Reuters article published on June 3, 2014, titled "U.S. Supreme Court Rulings May Make Life Harder for Patent Trolls." The article discussed the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to vacate an appeals court decision in the case, Nautilus v. Biosig, which was being used to raise the bar on how much detail needs to be in a patent to avoid charges of being “indefinite.” According to Wegner, that ruling was the first since 1942 where the Supreme Court addressed the issue of how unclear, or "indefinite," a patent could be before it would be deemed invalid.


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