Monthly Archives: April 2011

Patent System Fosters Eugenics – What Next?

USA TODAY ran a provocative article yesterday (April 26, 2011) on the “dark past” of the respected journal Annals of Human Genetics, in which its editor, Andres Linares did a mea culpa for the role of the journal, founded in … Continue reading

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Where Will the Burden Fall – Microsoft v. i4i Argued Before the Supreme Court

Find below a recent article from Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P. regarding Advanced Patent Trial Strategies (APaTS). i4i APaTS Special

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H.R. 1249 Voted Out Of Committee: No Grace Period For You!

You may well be tired of hearing about the contending amendments, but I must note that the House version of the America Invents Act was voted out of Committee after being amended to reinstate the section of 102 that limits … Continue reading

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Update, Partner and Innovate — AUTM Eastern Regional Meeting

I will be on a panel entitled “Kicking the Hornet’s Nest – Patenting Early Stage Technology” at the AUTM Eastern Regional Meeting in Baltimore (May 24th). I will be joined by Esther Kepplinger, Director of Patent Operations at Wilson Sonsini … Continue reading

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