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Are you innovating with cannabis? Patent protection might help you secure a foothold in your industry.

USA - January 16 2019 A decision this month by the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) delivered a mixed bag for the owners of a patent, which claimed methods of...

Brian F. Higgins.

Myriad Supreme Court decision - cDNA, but not isolated DNA, is patent eligible subject matter

USA - June 17 2013 In Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad ("Myriad"), 569 U.S. ____ (2013), the Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision regarding the...

Steven J. Goldstein, Ann G. Schoen, Scott R. Conley, Karlyn A. Schnapp, Ph.D., Julie A. McConihay.

Supreme Court rules law of nature not patentable in Mayo v. Prometheus

USA - March 26 2012 Claims directed to natural laws of nature must possess additional features that provide "practical assurance" that the process is more than a "drafting effort designed to monopolize the law of nature itself" to be patent eligible subject matter....

Steven J. Goldstein, Ann G. Schoen, Karlyn A. Schnapp, Ph.D..