On February 22, 2017, in reversing the decision of the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, an essentially unanimous US Supreme Court ruled that the “supply of a single component of a multi-component invention for manufacture abroad does not give rise to … [Read more...] about US Supreme Court Rules Export of Single Component of Patented Combination Does Not Impose Liability under Section 271(f)(1)
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Reserving for Another Day the Full Scope of Finality under the Administrative Procedure ActIn one of the most closely watched environmental and administrative law cases this term, the US Supreme Court ruled unanimously against the government on Tuesday, May … [Read more...] about US Supreme Court Rules Against the Corps and in Favor of Landowners With Respect to the Reviewability of Jurisdictional Determinations
On February 29, the US Supreme Court denied certiorari in California Building Industry Association v. City of San Jose, 61 Cal. 4th 435 (2015), and leaves standing a unanimous decision by the California Supreme Court upholding the city of San Jose's affordable housing … [Read more...] about What Does the US Supreme Court Ruling Mean for Local Affordable Housing Laws?
The US Supreme Court ruled on Monday in favor of a Georgia death row inmate who claimed racial bias in the jury selection process.In Foster v. Chatman, the Court held that the Georgia Supreme Court’s decision that petitioner Timothy Foster failed to show … [Read more...] about US Supreme Court rules out death sentence from all-white jury [Read Opinion]
In a path-breaking judgment, the US Supreme Court unanimously held that natural human genes are not patentable. The decision will have huge implications and will force a change at the federal patent office, which has been awarding gene patents since 1982.Sandra Park, an attorney … [Read more...] about US Supreme Court rules natural human genes cannot be patented [Download Judgment]