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Monthly Archives: December 2010
From Dr. Stefan Danner On November 18, 2010, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) released draft versions of two guidelines relating to the regulatory approval of monoclonal antibodies: the “Guideline on biological medicinal products containing monoclonal antibodies”1 and the “Guideline on … Continue reading
From Paul Cole The law gets into a mess when a court does the right things for the wrong reasons. By way of introduction, the present proceedings concern a method for the production of halftone images created at the University … Continue reading
On December 8, 2010, the Fed. Cir. (Rader writing) reversed the district court’s holding that claims to a process for rendering a half-tone image of a digital image were patent ineligible as an attempt to claim an abstract idea. Research Corp. … Continue reading
Today, following the vacation and remand of its earlier decision by the Supreme Court post-Bilski, the Federal Circuit again reaffirmed its reversal of the District Court (copy at the end of this post) and held: “The asserted method claims satisfy … Continue reading