The oral argument of the day comes from this month’s Federal Circuit decision in THALES VISIONIX INC. v. US, No. 2015-5150 (Fed. Cir. Mar. 8, 2017) (reversing a holding of patent ineligibility). This reversal has not gotten as much coverage as other patent eligibility cases, I suspect — probably because it is the result of an appeal of a decision by the Court of Federal Claims. Appeals of patent cases from the Court of Federal Claims are a bit of rarity.
The Federal Circuit decision is available [here].
The recording of the oral argument is available [here].