Facts: judicial hogwash, lousy ruling, ignorant or bought-off judge or both:
In her opinion, Judge Naomi Buckwald writes, "Defendants have never filed a patent infringement suit against a certified organic farm or handling operation over the presence of patented traits in its operations .... Indeed, defendants have expressly declared that it is not their policy 'to exercise patent rights where trace amounts of our seed ... are present ... as a result of inadvertent means.'"
News reports highlight Monsanto's successful lawsuit against a seed cleaner who said he had no way to distinguish GMOs from regular soybeans.
Ravicher says that case, and others, show the judge's statements are incorrect.