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In Bristol-Myers Squibb v. Merck, Civil Action No. 150572-GMS (D. Del., 2016), Bristol-Myers sued Merck for inducing infringement of U.S. Pat. No. 9,073,994. Claim 1 reads: “A method of treating a metastatic melanoma comprising intravenously administering an effective amount of … Continue reading
Since this is an amplification of my last post on the Sequenom petition for cert. in Sequenom v. Ariosa, please go back at read my first post on the petition. I have been arguing for some years that the patent … Continue reading
Sequenom, the loser in “Ariosa,” has filed a petition seeking Supreme Court review of the Fed. Cir.’s invalidation of the claims of US Pat. No. 6,258,540 as an attempt to claim a natural product, cffDNA. While there is no dispute … Continue reading
Yesterday, President Obama nominated Judge Merrick Garland, Chief Judge of the D.C. Cir., to fill the seat vacated by the recent death of Justice Scalia. Merrick is a graduate of Harvard and Harvard Law School, and clerked for Justice Brennan. … Continue reading