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NYIPLA Amicus Brief in American Axle Asks Supreme Court to Address Patent-Eligible Subject Matter

January 27, 2021

On January 25, the New York Intellectual Property Law Association filed an amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to grant a writ of certiorari in American Axle & Manufacturing Co. Inc. v. Neapco Holdings LLC, No. 20-891. See Brief of New York Intellectual Property Law Association as Amicus Curiae in Support of Petitioner, available here.
 
In its brief, the NYIPLA urged the U.S. Supreme Court to grant certiorari to clarify the law of patent eligibility, since, despite the plain and clear language of Section 101 of Title 35, there are conflicting interpretations of Supreme Court precedent on patent-eligible subject matter. 
 
Counsel for the NYIPLA on the brief include Charles R. Macedo, principal counsel, David P. Goldberg and Chandler E. Sturm from Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP, as well as Colman B. Ragan, President of the New York Intellectual Property Law Association, Robert M. Isackson and Melvin C. Garner from Leason Ellis LLP, Robert J. Rando from Taylor English Duma LLP, Thomas Landman from Wiggin and Dana LLP, William J. Thomashower from Pryor Cashman LLP, Kathleen Waybourn from the Law Office of Kathleen A. Waybourn, and Ksenia Takhistova.
 



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