Difference between revisions of "Talk:Bonito Boats v. Thunder Craft, 489 U.S. 141 (1989)"

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== Purpose of the case. ==
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== Goodwine ==
  
 
The facts of this case do not matter too much.  This case contains a good discussion of the legal basis for and economic rationale for the US patent system.
 
The facts of this case do not matter too much.  This case contains a good discussion of the legal basis for and economic rationale for the US patent system.
  
== Seeing how this works. ==
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Students in the course should add sections from the case that talk about the relevant point of interest. Of course it depends heavily on the case, but generally these quotes should be between about a paragraph and 3 pages in length.
 
 
This would be another comment and proposed edit.
 

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The facts of this case do not matter too much. This case contains a good discussion of the legal basis for and economic rationale for the US patent system.

Students in the course should add sections from the case that talk about the relevant point of interest. Of course it depends heavily on the case, but generally these quotes should be between about a paragraph and 3 pages in length.