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Tag Archives: DNA
Today, the Supreme Court ruled that a naturally occurring DNA sequence is a product of nature, and not patent-eligible simply because it has been “isolated.” (A copy of the ruling can be found at the end of this post.) However, the … Continue reading
I confess that I’ve become addicted to this case and just finished all 63 pages of the transcript of the oral argument that took place on Monday. I won’t try to summarize it, but rather will try to review some … Continue reading
Put another way, it is time for Jones Day to click their well-polished heels and go home. Today, the U.S. Government filed an amicus brief largely supporting the arguments by AMP/ACLU that isolated DNA is essentially the same molecule after … Continue reading
Warren Woessner will be joined by two other well-known patent attorneys, Rodney Sparks of the University of Virginia Patent Foundation and Hans Sauer of BIO, in Philadelphia on September 13th. The panel will try to update the status of the major … Continue reading