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Supreme Court ruling seen as blow to WARF stem cell patents

Madison, Wis. - Has the United States Supreme Court strengthened the case against stem cell patents held by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation?

The answer is yes, according to the California consumer watchdog organization that is challenging the patents, but that's not necessarily a consensus opinion.

The nation's high cour......

Full article >>> the Supreme Court to swing back the other way. Obviousness will now be easier to prove.

The FTCR, which has called on WARF managing director Carl Gulbrandsen to resign from the U.S. Patent Public Advisory Committee to avoid a conflict of interest, won an initial round in the dispute when patent examiners upheld its challenge to the WARF patents. WARF is in the process of responding to tha......

Full article >>> federal circuit to look at Supreme Court precedents and not approve its own restrictive test, Costakos said.

Costakos said he can't speak to ruling's impact on WARF's stem cell patents, but he agreed that the ruling generally makes it more difficult to obtain a patent and easier to invalidate patents that have been issued. He also said it would be easier for an accused patent infringer to......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 05/02/07


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