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April 7th is Now a Special Day in California


Today, and every April 7th from here on out will be Biotechnology Day in the State of California. This designation was made by the California in a resolution recognizing California as a global leader in life science innovation. As stated in the resolution, California is home to 2,848 life sciences companies which generate more than $130 billion in revenue and have more than 281,000 employees throughout the state. April 7th marks the 40th anniversary of Read More >

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Come Early and Get the Most Out of BIO 2016!


Planning an early arrival for the 2016 BIO International Convention is a smart move. Every day is packed with programming and partnering and Monday, June 6, is no exception. Just “imagine” all you can accomplish! Monday’s Welcome Reception Location Just Announced! Everybody’s favorite, the welcome reception, is Monday evening at the Exploratorium at Pier 15.  Sponsored by Genentech, this party should not be missed. The Exploratorium has hundreds of exhibits and boasts six separate galleries, Read More >

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“II Ca-Be-lly, or Not II Ca-Be-lly?”: Is The Famous Cabilly II Antibody Patent Near Extinction?


Guest post by Konstantin Linnik, Ph.D., Isaac Hubner, Ph.D, and Lana Gladstein, who are attorneys in the Boston office of Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP. On February 5, 2016, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“PTAB”) issued a decision to institute an Inter Partes Review (“IPR”) of Genentech’s “Cabilly II” patent (U.S. Patent No. 6,331,415). This triggered the one-month deadline for third parties to request joinder under 37 CFR § 42.122(b).  Whether you are a licensee, or otherwise Read More >

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Wednesday Keynote Luncheon


Wednesday Keynote Luncheon Today noon-1:30 Hillary Rodham Clinton served as the 67th U.S. Secretary of State from 2009 until 2013, after nearly four decades in public service. Her “smart power” approach to foreign policy repositioned American diplomacy and development for the 21st century. Clinton played a central role in restoring America’s standing in the world, reasserting the United States as a Pacific power, imposing crippling sanctions on Iran and North Korea, responding to the Arab Read More >

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