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Tag Archives: Paul Cole
Guest Post from Paul Cole, Lucas & Co., UK Readers of this and other blogs will have been aware of comments of mine in relation to the USPTO natural product eligibility guidance. Available here is the final version of the post-forum comments … Continue reading
Guest Post from Paul Cole, Lucas & Co., UK As noted in postings in this and other blogs, controversy has been generated by the publication of new USPTO patent eligibility guidance for laws of nature, natural products and natural phenomena (Andrew … Continue reading
Editors Notes: Apart from a fine survey of the case law on patent-eligibility of not-so natural products, Paul Cole suggests that, in view of the incomplete and/or indirect description of the BRACA sequences that Myriad claimed, there may well be … Continue reading
Guest Post from Paul Cole, Lucas & Co., UK New Prometheus/Myriad guidance appeared on the USPTO website on 4March under the weighty title 2014 Procedure For Subject Matter Eligibility Analysis Of Claims Reciting Or Involving Laws Of Nature/Natural Principles, Natural … Continue reading