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Tag Archives: monsanto
Since the legal tsunami of court decisions affecting many aspects of life sciences – from patents on Round-UpTM Ready soybeans to “companion diagnostics” – has rolled back out to the sea of summer break, I have found time to reflect … Continue reading
On May 13th, a unanimous Court found that the doctrine of patent exhaustion “does not allow the purchaser to make new copies of the patented invention.” [A copy of decision is at the end of this post.] In this case, the patented … Continue reading
On February 28, 2012, a three-judge panel of the Fed. Cir. ruled that the Board properly ruled that Monsanto prevailed in interference no. 105,728, involving the patent claims directed broadly to transgenic corn. (A copy of this ruling is found at … Continue reading