Monthly Archives: September 2010

U.S. Court of Appeals Stays Decision to Bar Stem Cell Funding

A three judge panel of the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia stayed the recent district court ruling which voided President Obama’s executive order permitting Federal funding for research on an  expanded number of embryogenic stem cell lines … Continue reading

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Webinar on Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells – Oct. 6th

Dr. Robin Chadwick will be discussing her project to landscape pending and issued patent claims directed to induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) from the International Stem Cell Conference in Detroit. Many researchers are turning to this family of stem cells … Continue reading

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O’Malley Nomination To Fed. Cir. Moves Forward

On September 23rd, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved the nomination of Judge Kathleen O’Malley (N.D. Ohio) to fill a vacancy on the Federal Circuit. Judge O’Malley has handled significant IP litigation and is married to veteran Covington patent litigator George Pappas. Like … Continue reading

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Pharmaceutical Patent Protection and Enforcement Conference

Warren Woessner will be a speaker on September 28th at Q1 Productions’ “Pharmaceutical Patent Protection and Enforcement Conference” in Baltimore, MD.  Warren will speak on “Myriad: The District Court’s Opinion & Road Ahead”, a topic that has been the subject … Continue reading

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