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Thanks Kevin. Can you provide a link to the SG's opinion? Interesting that the SG makes the effort to says that he thinks Quanta overrules Mallinckrodt: if as he says, the conditional sale doctrine wasn't the basis for the CAFC's decision, then he needn't have said anything about whether or not Quanta overruled Mallinckrodt (he was surely aware that Quanta can be read narrowly in a manner that preserves the conditional sale doctrine).

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