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Supreme Court Decision on Web Content Delivery to Impact Biotech Patents

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Earlier this month, in Limelight Networks, Inc. v. Akamai Technologies, Inc., the Supreme Court issued a decision that will likely impact patents directed to methods for treating or diagnosing diseases.  In Limelight Networks, the Court reversed the appellate court’s finding that Limelight had infringed U.S. Patent No. 6,108,703, which is assigned to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is exclusively licensed to Akamai Technologies.  In particular, the Court determined that a defendant is not liable Read More >

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2011 BIO International Convention Preview

Andrew Williams, from Patent Docs wrote a nice blog on the upcoming 2011 BIO International Convention. Therefore, over the next week, Patent Docs will be highlighting a few sessions or other opportunities, in thematic fashion, to help you navigate your way through the convention.  For example, today we present opportunities for those intested in learning more about how the Supreme Court is impacting the BIO community. Take a look at his entry, and keep an Read More >

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Fabry Patient Law Suit and Request to NIH for March-in Petition Rehearing

An article out of the Genomics Law Report discussing the recent law suit citing violations of the Bayh Dole Act. A second article from Patent Docs discusses the request for rehearing of the patients petition to the NIH for march-in.

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Myriad Oral Argument Review and Analysis by Patent Docs

Great comprehensive review of oral arguments at the federal circuit in the Myriad case by Kevin Noonan of Patent Docs.

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