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Knowles and Prosser Posit that the Expansion of s. 101 by the Supreme Court is Unconstitutional

Sherry Knowles (Knowles Intellectual Strategies, LLC) and Anthony Prosser, one of Knowles’ agents have written an engrossing article (18 J. Marshall Rev; Intell. Prop. L. 144 (2018) arguing that the Supreme Court has meandered so far from the statutory language of … Continue reading

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Legal Wiggle Room in the Joint AIPLA-IPO Proposal on Patentability?

I recently took another look at the Joint AIPLA-IPO Proposal on Patent Eligibility that was prompted by the scheduling of a discussion meeting by the Minnesota Intellectual Property Law Association. I confess that I did not participate in either the … Continue reading

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UCB, Inc. v. Accord Healthcare, Inc. – Can a Racemic Mixture be a “Lead Compound.”

UCB v. Accord, Appeal no. 2016-2610 et al. (Fed. Cir., May 23, 2018) may be headed to the Supreme Court, which prompted me to take another look at this opinion. This was a decision in Hatch-Waxman litigation, in which a … Continue reading

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Bhagat v. Iancu – Did the Myriad Decision Overrule Funk Bros.?

A September 6th post by Dennis Crouch at PatentlyO (“A Mixture of Known Compounds is Unpatentable without a Transformation“) led me to a closer reading of the cert. petition filed in Bhagat v. Iancu, (Case No. 18-277) an appeal from … Continue reading

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