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Describe your invention, or your biotech patent may be worthless

The U.S. Supreme Court made a patent-law decision on Monday that could have multibillion-dollar ramifications for patent holders in the biotechnology sector.

The court denied an appeal in Univ. of Rochester v. G.D. Searle & Co. This effectively solidifies the decision that was made by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, which invalidate......

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The University of Rochester ultimately received a patent (6,048,850) which covered methods for selectively inhibiting PGHS-2 activity in a human host, comprising administering a nonsteroidal compound that selectively inhibits activity of the PGHS-2 gene product to a human host in need of su......

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In the case of Noelle v. Lederman, the Federal Circuit decided that a patent for an antibody need not provide a written description of the antibody. However, provided that an application discloses a fully characterized antigen, the application may properly claim an antibody by its binding affinity to that described antigen. At first glance, this may appear to contra......

Full article >>> ication that fulfills the statutory requirements. An inventor may add additional description to the application, but it must then be filed as a separate child application. The problem with this procedure is that the new matter added would have a priority date of the child application and not of the parent.

For biotechnology related inventions a matter of days can translate into considerab......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jonathan Fritz 12/01/04


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