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Managing the "risky" business of patenting in the United States.

Ventose, E. and Harris, T. (2014) 'Managing the "risky" business of patenting in the United States.', European intellectual property review., 36 (12). pp. 762-777.


Examines US case law illustrating the current uncertainties about the patentability of computer-implemented and business method inventions under the Patent Act 1952 s.101, and considers the implications of this situation for the inventors of systems designed to analyse business risks. Discusses the Federal Circuit judgment in CLS Bank International v Alice Corp Pty Ltd on the patentability of a risk assessment module of a computerised financial trading platform.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Business method, Patentability, Risk assessment, Software, United States.
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Last Modified:09 Oct 2015 11:33

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