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This post gets a “Part II” designation because the Fed. Cir. clarified the support necessary to find a negative limitation in the prior art (Almirall LLC v. Amneal Pharmaceuticals LLC, Appeal No. 2020-2331 (Fed. Cir., March 14, 2022)). In my … Continue reading
So far, it’s been a slow year for jurisprudence in the life sciences, so I thought I would take a look at the somewhat quirky decision in Qualcomm, Inc. v. Apple, Inc., Appeal nos. 2020-1558, -1559 (Fed. Cir., February 1, … Continue reading
A split panel of Judges O’Malley, Linn and Moore (dissenting) affirmed a district court ruling that the claims of U.S. Pat. No. 9,187,405 met the written description requirement (WDR) of s. 112(a). Novartis Pharmaceuticals v. Accord Healthcare Inc., Appeal No. … Continue reading
Biogen v. Mylan – Therapeutic v. Clinical Efficacy – What is Required by the Written Description Requirement?
In Biogen v. Mylan, Appeal No. 2020-1933 (Fed. Cir., November 30, 2021), a divided panel of Judges O’Malley, Reyna and Hughes affirmed a district court’s ruling that Biogen’s U.S. Pat. No. 8,399,514 is invalid for failing to meet the written … Continue reading