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Your genes are not patent eligible but your "isolated" genes are or are they?

USA - January 31 2013 The Supreme Court will now have to decide whether human genes can be patented, a long-disputed legal question that has implications for the future of...

Remedy gap for patent infringements by U.S. government contractors abroad closed

USA - July 20 2012 The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled, en banc, to reverse its own precedent and close the remedy gap for patentees seeking to pursue infringement claims against the United States where the infringing product has been made outside the U.S., either in whole or in part....

Robert R.L. Kohse.