101: Extending Uncertainty to All Fields
by Dennis Crouch
It appears that we have not yet seen the most invasive nature of contemporary patent eligibility doctrine. Case in point: Yu v. Apple Inc. (Fed.
...June 11, 2021) [ Yu vs Apple].
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Biden Saves Free School Lunch for A Million Kids
The Biden administration has officially struck down a proposal by the previous presidency that, if enacted, would have taken away food stamps from 3 million people, and taken free school lunch eligibility away from 1 million kids.
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Under Fire Over Residency, Eric Adams Decides to Attend Debate
The leader in the N.Y.C. mayoral race had earlier said he would skip the event for a slain child's vigil. His supporters said they were standing firm.
Biden Nominee Tiffany Cunningham Tackles Tillis' Questions on IP at the CAFC
"The current state of eligibility jurisprudence is in abysmal shambles." - Senator Thom Tillis in questions to Tiffany Cunningham
Research: When a Higher Minimum Wage Leads to Lower Compensation
In the U.S., we're seeing an increasing number of calls to increase the national minimum wage to $15/hour.
Genshin Impact's 1.6 Update Is Out Now, Here's What To Expect
Beach vacations are a long-standing tradition in anime, and Genshin Impact's Version 1.6 update is focusing on sandy beaches, blue skies, and pristine waters.
Victoria Covid update: Melbourne's coronavirus lockdown to end, but regional travel a 'no go'
Melbourne will come out of lockdown on Thursday night but travel from the city to regional areas is a "no go" for another week, after the state recorded one new case of Covid-19.
This Day In Dodgers History: Sandy Koufax Added To Roster, Tommy Lasorda Optioned; Don Drysdale Breaks Consecutive Scoreless Innings Record
On June 8, 1955, the Brooklyn Dodgers optioned rookie left-handed pitcher Tommy Lasorda to Montreal to make room for another southpaw, one Sandy Koufax, be called up for the first time.
Supreme Court Denies Residency Path for Undocumented People on Humanitarian Visa
In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday that immigrants who entered the country illegally and have Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to stay in the U.S. cannot apply for permanent residency or a green card, as it's typically called.