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Tag Archives: UK
Regeneron v. Kymab – “Sufficiency” and Enablement in the U.K.
Guest post from Paul Cole. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc v Kymab Ltd.  UKSC 27 related to infringement of EP-B-1,360,287 and its divisional EP-B-2264123. The 287 parent related to a method of modifying an endogenous immunoglobulin variable region gene locus in … Continue reading
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TRANSMISSION OF INFORMATION IN EUROPE – PATENTABLE SUBJECT MATTER?
By Paul Cole, Lucas & Co., UK The UK counterpart of In re Ngai is Bayer’s (Meyer’s) Application  R.P.C. 11. In that case a claim to a package containing a known drug together with instructions for a new use … Continue reading
Posted in Non-U.S. Practice Tagged Bayer's Application, business methods, EPO, intellectual property, patents, Paul Cole, UK, Warren Woessner Leave a comment