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What We’ll Be Talking about at the BIO Spring IPCC Conference

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It’s time once again for BIO’s Spring IPCC Conference! BIO’s biannual Intellectual Property Counsels Committee Conference provides informative and interesting educational sessions on what’s happening in the biotech IP sector. It also provides a chance to network with industry colleagues, promoting discussion and fostering new and exciting relationships. Attendees represent all swaths of the biotech sector, including pharma companies, law firms, academia and government, coming together from the U.S. and abroad to attend this one Read More >

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Register for the 2015 BIO IP & Diagnostics Symposium!

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The Third Annual BIO IP & Diagnostics Symposium takes place on September 18, 2015 in Alexandria, Virginia! Have you reserved your seat at the Symposium yet? Space is limited. Register today. The symposium will bring together representatives of academia, government and industry to review the current patent law landscape and evaluate the impact on both the genetic diagnostics and biopharmaceutical sectors. The program will review IP issues for both diagnostics generally and companion diagnostics. It will Read More >

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BIO and University Organizations offer Support of STRONG Patents Act

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On March 4, 2015, Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) introduced a new bill, The STRONG Patents Act of 2015. Sponsored alongside Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL) and Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI), the bill is offered as a complement to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Goodlatte’s (R-VA) Innovation Act, which many in the biotech sector see as an imbalanced bill. The STRONG Patents Act of 2015 would target the abusive practices of patent trolls in a narrowly tailored setting, Read More >

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BIO IPCC Spring Conference Program Announced

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BIO’s 2015 IP Counsels Committee Spring Conference & Meeting will be held April 15-17 in St. Louis, Missouri, at the Four Seasons St. Louis Hotel. The biannual conference offers timely, relevant educational sessions on the latest issues in the biotech IP sector, informal networking events designed to promote discussion and foster relationships among industry colleagues, and practical tips for attendees to use the next day. Attendees will hear from the foremost experts in biotech IP Read More >

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BIO Deputy General Counsel Remarks on Revised Eligibility Guidance

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Hans Sauer, BIO’s Deputy General Counsel for Intellectual Property recently spoke at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s public forum on patent-eligible subject matter. The forum was a chance for the Office to receive public feedback regarding the most recently revised Eligibility Guidance for determining subject matter under 35 U.S.C. 1010. Biotechnology advocates are concerned that PTO examiners have interpreted recent decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court, including those in Alice Corp, Myriad, and Mayo Read More >

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