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Tag Archives: ACLU
On November 30, 2010, the ACLU filed its brief at the Federal Circuit in AMP et al. v. USPTO and Myriad Genetics, Inc. et al. If you have been reading my posts on this suit, you are by now probably … Continue reading
I watched “60 Minutes” last night, during which Kevin Noonan got about 30 seconds to justify “patenting genes” and the Myriad BRAC1-2 assays. He did as well as could be done, speaking about the good the patent system does in … Continue reading
Cameron MacKendrick sponsors podcasts on issues of interest in IP law. In this one, I am trying to explain the debate surrounding both the patentability of “natural products” as well as the patentability of diagnostic assays and their relationship t … Continue reading