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PTO Patent Examinations in the wake of Mayo and Myriad

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Biotech patent applicants are finding themselves in uncharted waters.   After the Supreme Court’s decisions in Mayo Collaborative Svs. v. Prometheus Labs and Ass’n for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, companies have been trying to understand how these decisions will impact the industry. A recent study supported by BIO, in collaboration with Bloomberg BNA and the law firm of Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi analyzed how Mayo and Myriad have changed patent eligibility for biotechnology. Read More >

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Recent Developments in Patentability: Prometheus and Myriad

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By Joe Allen, President, Allen and Associates Recent Developments in Patentability: Prometheus and Myriad at the 2012 BIO International Convention was a very lively panel discussion on two cases that have set the life science industry on edge. The discussion presented an appropriate diversity of views as experts struggle with how broadly these cases should be interpreted. Briefly, the unanimous decision by the Supreme Court overtuning a decision upholding the Prometheus patents by the Court Read More >

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Biotech Patenting and Tech Transfer at 2011 BIO International Convention

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The Biotech Patenting and Tech Transfer track has a lot to offer 2011 BIO International Convention Attendees.  High level speakers include White House Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator Victoria Espinel, European Patent Office Director of Biotechnology Sjoerd Hoekstra, retired Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Paul Michel, and former Solicitors General Seth Waxman and Paul Clement to name a few.                 I am particularly excited about the breadth of the Read More >

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IP Position Critical to Biotech Investment

A great article from Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News written by Lisa Haile reviewing the Myriad case and its implications for future medical advances. Interesting Quotes: “While it is unfortunate, I have seen quite a few technologies over the years that would be of potential great benefit to patients, but the intellectual property was simply not there to support protecting the product from fast followers in the market place,” explains Robert More, a general partner Read More >

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