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Group of Inventors Burn Their Patents in Protest

As reported last week by IP Watchdog, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) …

Weak Patent Law Endangers Healthcare Innovation

Last week The Wall Street Journal published a fascinating expose that pulled back the curtain …

Licensing of Academic Patents Has Contributed Up to $1.3 Trillion to US Economy

The licensing of university research has made a significant contribution to US gross domestic product …

BIO Reacts to Supreme Court opinion in Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International, Inc.

On Tuesday, May 30, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an opinion in  Impression Products, Inc. …

BIO Chimes In: TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Food Brands Group LLC (Supreme Court)

This is part two of a three part series on BIO’s recently submitted amicus briefs in cases …

Coming Down the Pipeline: Patent Cases to Watch in 2017

The Supreme Court returns from recess on February 17, and alongside the likely confirmation of …

Registration for BIO's Spring IP Counsels Committee Conference is now OPEN!

Tired of those pea-coats and earmuffs? Wish you were lying on a beach right now, …

Will the PTAB Be A Roadblock for Biotech? Stories from Sessions at BIO 2016

We’re at the beginning of day 3 here at BIO 2016, and that means we’ve already had …

"II Ca-Be-lly, or Not II Ca-Be-lly?”: Is The Famous Cabilly II Antibody Patent Near Extinction?

Guest post by Konstantin Linnik, Ph.D., Isaac Hubner, Ph.D, and Lana Gladstein, who are attorneys …

Here are the Facts about the IPR Kill Rate

FiercePhrma recently ran an article repeating a dubious analysis of the crisis caused by the …