The Federal Court of Canada has overruled the Patent Appeal Board in concluding that business method patents can be approved in appropriate circumstances. Coverage from the Globe and QMI. I wrote about the issue last year.
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Appeared in the Toronto Star on May 25, 2009 as Two Clicks and You're Out, Panel Rules Appeared in the Ottawa Citizen on May 26, 2009 as System of Business Method Patents Could Face Rough Ride Most people think of patents in terms of legal protection for new technological inventions. […]
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