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Few patent cases expected in 2015-2016 Supreme Court term, Holbrook says

When it comes to patent law, it's all quiet on the U.S. Supreme Court front, Scott Graham writes in law.com. So far there's not a single patent case--or trademark or copyright, for that matter--on its 2015-16 docket. Some patent law experts believe the court is taking a break from patent law after a period of exceptional activity, including a record six decisions in 2013-14. "I don't think we'll see six" this term, said Emory Law Professor Timothy Holbrook. "I wouldn't be surprised if we saw none."
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