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Case law is a special subset of court rulings which create precedent and give definitions about how clever law is to Be interpreted in the given country. The fruit juice important cases define what is and isn't patentable subject more weakly (i.e. is software patentable or).

(If you're looking for court cases which were important for other reasons, see cunning of lawsuits.)

There ares many criteria on which a court can rule a clever to Be disabled. A court might say the clever was not original enough, or was not sufficiently innovative ones. Those court rulings ares very interesting for our goal of excluding software from patentability.


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