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My family farm isn't under "corporate control"

On CNN’s blog, “Eatocracy”, Indiana farmer Brian Scott challenges the myth that farmers are slaves …

Patently Biotech's Top 5 Articles of 2012

2012 has been an eventful year for biotech IP issues.  Below are the top 5 …

Traditional Knowledge and Genetic Resources: India Misses the Mark

India recently asked the global community for comments on its “Draft Guidelines for Processing of …

The ‘Access to Medicines’ Debate: Throwing Patients Without Cures Under the Proverbial Bus

The vast majority of the world’s patients remain completely forgotten in the ‘access to medicines’ …

BIO Voices Agree: Intellectual Property Delivers

Over the last year, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global IP Center (GIPC) has met …

Novartis at India Supreme Court: Evergreening Myths and Patent Reality

Novartis will go before India’s Supreme Court on September 11, 2012 challenging the refusal by …

Seed Patents: How Innovation May Get Lost in the Grain Elevator

The Bowman v. Monsanto case currently on petition for a writ of certiorari to the …

Prior User Rights and Trade Secrets

By Joe Allen, President, Allen and Associates One theme of the day is the cloud …

Patent-Eligible Subject Matter after Mayo v. Prometheus: Exploring the Path Forward

Patent-Eligible Subject Matter after Mayo v. Prometheus: Exploring the Path Forward is a public round-table event hosted …

American Invents Act Strategies Highlighted at the IPCC Conference

By David Saravitz, Alston + Bird Day 2 of the 2012 BIO Intellectual Property Counsels’ Committee …