By: Robert R. Sachs, Stuart P. Meyer, Daniel R. Brownstone

On Monday, March 31, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the highly anticipated Alice v. CLS case. As we were for Bilski, we’ll be in attendance in Washington, D.C., to take in the sights and sounds on the ground as the court attempts to articulate the differences between purely abstract intellectual ideas, which are not patentable, and computerized processes and systems for implementing those ideas in the real world, which plainly are.

After the hearing, we will host an exclusive executive briefing teleforum, where we will provide an overview and analysis of the proceedings, and answer questions about the potential implications and ramifications.

For additional details and to register to attend, please click here. We hope you can join us.