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Supreme Court set for another blockbuster term

With attorneys still analyzing the health care ruling and the other big decisions from last term, the U.S. Supreme Court is preparing for a new term with even more major issues on its docket, from affirmative action to the standards of proof for class certification.

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Federal Circuit ruling a win for biotech field, sets up high court showdown

In a second victory for the biotech industry in one year, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has reinstated its ruling that a company’s isolation of human genetic material, and its process for using that material to determine the effectiveness of certain cancer therapies, meet the threshold test for patent-eligibility.

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Policy wording at heart of state Supreme Court case

The Wisconsin Supreme Court in fall will hear a construction litigation case in which an insurance company might be compelled to pay more than $600,000 in subrogation claims based on the interpretation of the word “occurrence,” the economic loss doctrine and commercial general liability policy exclusionary language.

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