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Tag Archives: Justice Breyer
Ex Parte Nagy – The Reach of the Mayo/Alice Rule Exceeds Its Grasp?
The final rejection of the claims of Nagy’s application Serial No. 14/223,113 was affirmed by the PTAB on July 30, 2018 (Appeal 2017-008793). One of the “representative” claims was directed to the holy grail of diagnostics – the early diagnosis … Continue reading
Justice Breyer to Diagnostic Test Patentees – “Abandon Hope All Ye Who Enter Here.”
Kevin Noonan recently posted an article entitled “The Fantastical World of Justice Stephen Breyer” that demonstrates, via Breyer’s quotes during various oral arguments, his suspicion that the patent system is, for example, issuing broad, hard to understand, claims that lead … Continue reading
Myriad Revisited – The Consequences of Prometheus Unbound
In my last post on Prometheus, I concluded: It is hard to think of a diagnostic assay claim that does not either detect the +/- presence of a marker (like anti-HIV antibodies) or involve the comparison of the level of … Continue reading