Patent World Magazine

Articles for March 2010

Bilski and biotech

Kenneth R. Adamo, Michael S. Weinstein and John V. Biernacki of Jones Day examine the application of In re Bilski in the biotechnology field

The plausibility question

Bratin Roy of Bristows comments on the Court of Appeal case which confirmed the invalidity of a gene sequence patent

Patents and the art of war

How Sun Tzu would outflank patent trolls, by David Wanetick of IncreMental Advantage

Improving on the improvements problem

Amalia Stone and Cameron Patience of Freehills discuss patent licensing in Australia

Avoiding ambush accusations

Charles Whiddington and Joseph Ward of Field Fisher Waterhouse discuss lessons to be learnt from the Rambus investigation

Biotechnology patent progress

Kathryn Robinson of Hempsons considers the most recent UK and EPO developments in stem cell and gene patenting

The university challenge

Robert A. Bailey and Roberta J. Hanson of Faegre & Benson unravel the complexities of licensing technology from a US university

Mexico moves with the times

Rodrigo Calderon-Ponce of Uhthoff, Gomez Vega & Uhthoff on patenting computer-derived molecules in Mexico

Battling backlogs

David Kappos and David Lammy discuss the action the UK and US intellectual property offices are taking to reduce patent application delays

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