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August 02, 2020

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This is a very welcome decision, as is the decision in American Axle that at least some of the claimed subject-matter is eligible.

But with reference to the denial of en-banc hearing in American Axle [method of manufacturing a shaft assembly], as I have observed elsewhere, it is difficult to avoid the view that our profession has been shafted.

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