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Based on today's questioning by Supreme Court justices, Monsanto (MON) looks to be in a strong...

Based on today's questioning by Supreme Court justices, Monsanto (MON) looks to be in a strong position to claim that an Indiana farmer violated its patent for a type of soybean. "There are certain things the law prohibits," Justice Breyer told the farmer's lawyer in the closely watched case. "What it prohibits here is making a copy of the patented invention. And that is what he did."
Comments (6)
  • using something over again is now making a copy --no -its monsanto has more $ than the other guy---supreme court my ass
    19 Feb 2013, 06:28 PM Reply Like
  • World Humanity.. Unite. One day you will need Monsanto's permission to eat because all your eatables will be genetically modified. Now it is only taken against producers and will be slowly coming to consumers.
    19 Feb 2013, 08:21 PM Reply Like
  • Mon owns the courts
    19 Feb 2013, 08:44 PM Reply Like
  • No doubt the court is paid by Monsanto. Typical issue with injustice industry.
    19 Feb 2013, 10:33 PM Reply Like
  • Wow, some really unexpected nutty anti-Mon comments on here. You people realize that this is a professional stock financial blog site? GMO is not harmful and has been proven safe. Stop posting garbage you read on the internet and believe just cause your liberal friends say it is true....when it is not!
    20 Feb 2013, 10:40 AM Reply Like
  • GMO may or may not be healthy, but MON is going to use their influence in the courts to ensure that no one will ever be able to buy non-industry seeds again.
    20 Feb 2013, 01:32 PM Reply Like
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