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IP Sessions at BIO 2015: The Evolving Landscape of Patentable Subject Matter

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The IP Track at BIO 2015 had a number of incredible educational sessions concerning the most relevant topics in the biotech sector. Let’s look back at what top experts in the IP field had to say about the changing nature of patentable subject matter: Panelists included: Jennifer Swan and Howard Levine, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP Raul Tamayo, USPTO P. Michael Walker, E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company Panelists focused on the increasingly restrictive interpretation of patent eligibility, Read More >

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This Independence Day, Let’s Thank the Inventors

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Happy Birthday AMERICA! That’s right, this Saturday is July 4. And yes, that means what you think it means. Prepare yourself for Facebook posts of your old college roommate in an American flag t-shirt, Instagrams from your sister who makes the world’s GREATEST potato salad and texts from your cousin about prime firework viewing in D.C. (Hint: Avoid the crowds and head to the Marine Corps War Memorial and Netherlands Carillion in Rosslyn – you Read More >

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11 Days Until BIO 2015: IP Networking and Meetup Opportunities

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This year’s BIO International Convention is fast approaching, with plenty of opportunities for the best and brightest in the biotech IP sector to meet and discuss the most pressing issues affecting the industry today. Here are some of the receptions, networking, and meet-up opportunities for the Intellectual Property Track at this year’s convention: Monday: Kickoff Concert (Open to Convention Access registrants and higher) 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Liacouras Center Philadelphia is home to a rich musical Read More >

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IP Sessions at the 2015 BIO International Convention

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This year’s BIO International Convention will be host to educational sessions on the latest issues in the biotech IP sector.  The world’s largest biotechnology gathering, the convention offers attendees the chance to come together to hear, discuss, and learn about current issues affecting the biotech community. Here’s a look at the Intellectual Property Track at this year’s convention: Sessions* Intellectual Property Opening Plenary Antibody Therapeutics: May I Have Them All? The Impact of USPTO Inter Read More >

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BIO Deputy General Counsel Testifies on Patent Reform

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On Wednesday, March 18, BIO’s Deputy Counsel for Intellectual Property, Hans Sauer, testified in front of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee regarding proposed reforms to the current U.S. patent system. The hearing was a chance for the Judiciary committee to listen to experts on what should be done to halt misuse of the patent system. In his remarks, Mr. Sauer noted that while BIO appreciates efforts by Congress to curb patent troll abuses, some of Read More >

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