Monthly Archives: April 2010

Therasense To Be Re-Heard En Banc – “I Feel Your Pain”

Monday’s decision by the Federal Circuit to vacate the split panel decision in Therasense, Inc. v. Becton Dickinson & Co., 593 F.3d 1289 (Fed. Cir. 2010) (link at end of post) and rehear the case en banc makes it impossible for … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Teeth Chatter In Hell – Vatican Funds To Support Stem Cell Research!

The Vatican and the University of Maryland School of Medicine recently announced that the Vatican will contribute about $3M to fund research on stem cells derived from adult intestinal tissue. The funds will be used to support research at the … Continue reading

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Stem Cell Patents Webinar and BIO Int’l Convention Symposium

Patent Claims Coverage Webinar: Stem Cell Industry – Osiris Therapeutics – Amgen’s EPO – Wed., April 28, 12:00PM – 12:50PM CDT Sunlight Research™ invites you to attend a Stem Cell Industry Patent Claims Coverage webinar presented by Robin A. Chadwick, … Continue reading

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The Return Of The Magnificent Prosecution Specialists Or Just More “QA”?

The USPTO recently announced the creation of an ombudsman program to resolve applicant/examiner logjams in all of the Tech Centers. This is a move that the Office (and practitioners) have needed badly for a number of years, ever since the … Continue reading

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