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Good record-keeping: more important than ever under the AIA

USA - June 28 2013 Post-AIA, no longer can inventors overcome certain types of prior art by proving an earlier date of invention, and interferences will eventually…

Erin M. Sommers Ph.D.

A decisive 9:0 score in the final stage of the Myriad battle over gene patenting

USA - June 18 2013 On June 13, 2013, the United States Supreme Court brought an end to the long and drawn-out legal battle over the question of whether isolated gene…

Marcus Kretzschmar Ph.D.

Planting the seeds of infringement: the application of the first sale doctrine to self-replicating technology

USA - June 12 2013 Farmers grow soybeans, like most field crops, from seeds in a field. When soybean plants are ready for harvesting, combines are used to collect the…

Mareesa A. Frederick

Coordinating a European opposition with an IPR or PGR

European Union, USA - April 19 2013 The America Invents Act creates two new methods for third parties to challenge issued patents in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO): inter…

Elizabeth A. Doherty Ph.D.

IPR and PGR - they are not "American oppositions"

USA - March 18 2013 The America Invents Act (AIA) creates two new methods for third parties to challenge issued patents in the USPTO: inter partes review (IPR) and…

Erika Harmon Arner, Elizabeth A. Doherty Ph.D.