Oyez, oyez! Your second week of Supreme Court schooling is about to begin. For those of you who missed my explanation in last week’s column, I have decided to spend the month of September publicizing and explaining certain decisions handed down by the Supreme Court in June 2013. The first of these was Maryland v. King, a question of Fourth Amendment warrant rights, and today I’d like to present Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, decided on June 13.
Read the full, original story here: It’s September, Get Informed: Patenting Human DNA or Not?