And toward the end:
The CAFC's panel opinion reads as if clerk-drafted, in the can when the panel met, as it came out with only one day's lapse.
Less than 3% of CAFC precedential decisions are heard en banc. Non-precedential opinions, as this one, have a snowball's chance in hell. So the betting odds are to follow the money, but let's hope that the error won't turn into a mistake. To one of requisite skill, this is not a close-call case; instead, one of Obzilla (KSR) run amok, and so a direct threat to patentable invention, particularly by small entities that go up against large corporations.
PatentHawk shot down at CAFC in Odom v. Microsoft