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SCOTUS Speaks: Patents May Only be Invalidated Under "Clear and Convincing" Standard

"This morning the Supreme Court released it's opinion in Microsoft v. i4i, and provided "clean sweep" support (10-0) that patents may only be invalidated under "clear and convincing" evidence."

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