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Tag Archives: Prometheus v. Mayo
In a decision dated March 20, 2012, Justice Breyer writing for a unanimous court, held that claims to administering a drug, followed by measuring the levels of metabolites of the drug, in order to optimize the amount administered, are not patent … Continue reading
I spent a day or two looking back over the breaking IP news that resulted in posts on Patents4Life. I wrote most of them, but want to take a pause to thank regular contributors Paul Cole, Ron Schutz and Stefan … Continue reading
On December 7th at 10:05 a.m., the Supreme Court heard oral arguments (transcript at end of this post) in the “Prometheus case,” presented by Stephen M. Shapiro of Meyer Brown (Mayo) and Richard P. Bess of Latham & Watkins. Solicitor … Continue reading
It took me a while to get around to reading Prometheus’s brief to the Supreme Court in Mayo v. Prometheus Labs., No. 10-1150 (S. Ct. Oct. 31, 2011), because I was pretty sure how it would read and, in fact, … Continue reading