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Novell Will File Petition for a Writ of Certiorari in the US Supreme Court

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Novell asks the Appeals Court for a stay pending filing a petition for a writ of certiorari in the Supreme Court

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US software patent repartee

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The pending US Supreme Court decision regarding In re Bernard L. Bilski and Rand A. Warsaw v. Kappos, in principle about patents on business methods and software, has lead to briefs being filed by numerous companies and associations.

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FSF Files Amicus Brief in Bilski - The Country Needs and Relies on FOSS

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FSF has now filed an amicus brief in Bilski, and they too ask the Supreme Court "to affirm that software ideas are not patentable":End Software Patents (ESP) executive director Ciaran O'Riordan explained, "Every software patent is a restriction on software developers and users of computers, and there are currently 200,000 software patents in the USA.

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Bilski II: Red Hat Appeals to Supreme Court over Software Non-Patentability

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The U.S. is known for its patent friendliness. But a Supreme Court decision in 2008 overturned a patent application by Bernard L. Bilski and Rand A. Warsaw for a risk mitigation process. Now Red Hat is using the so-called Bilski case in support of software non-patentability.

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Red Hat addresses Supreme Court on software patents

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Red Hat has filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court. In the brief, Red Hat explains the practical problems of software patents to software developers.

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