BayhDole25 Microsoft Vs. AT&T Amicus Brief Highlights Importance of Intangibles to U.S. Global Competitiveness
On January 23, 2007, BayhDole25 filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court of the United States related to the Microsoft vs. AT&T (Microsoft) case currently pending. The case raises critical questions as to the appropriateness of patent protection for software and other intangible inventions, placing at issue the core assets of researchers at universities and research institutions, as well as other biotechnology and high-technology entrepreneurs seeking to bring new products to market.
Attached to this entry you will find a press release about the amicus brief and a PDF version of the brief itself.
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