Supreme Court documents free online by 2016
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The US Supreme Court, which in recent years has ruled on several healthcare and patent cases impacting the biopharmaceutical industry, is developing an electronic filing system in which all petitions and responses, merits briefs and all other types of motions and applications will be publicly available online free of charge by 2016, Chief Justice John Roberts revealed in his 2014 Year-End Report on the Federal Judiciary.
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