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Comments from Skiermont Puckett founding partner Paul Skiermont are featured in The Texas Lawbook, focusing on yesterday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that abstract ideas are not patentable. In the court’s decision in Alice v. CLS, the justices “specifically declined to further define the meaning of a patent-ineligible abstract idea,” says.... (more)