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Senate Passes Leahy-Smith America Invents Act
September 2011 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: N. Scott Pierce
Yesterday, the Senate passed a new patent statute and it is expected to be promptly signed into law. Known as the “Leahy-Smith America Invents Act” (Act), it is the most...
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Isolated Nucleic Acids Are Patentable - Is The Debate Over?
August 2011 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Mary K. Murray, Ph.D.
Recently, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) in the Myriad case (The Association for Molecular Pathology, et al. v. U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Myriad Genetics...
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After Cybersource - Software Inventions Still Patentable - Precise Claim Wording Ever More Crucial
August 2011 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Joshua S. Matloff
Patent claims that recite a “computer readable medium … containing program instructions for a computer to perform” a sequence of steps have become a popular way...
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Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Recognized as a Top Worldwide Trademark Firm / John L. DuPré Listed as a leading Trademark Practitioner
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to announce that we have been named to the Worldwide Trademark Review’s WTR 1000 listing as one of the top firms for trademark matters...
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New Challenges and New Opportunities in Enforcing Method of Treatment Claims
July 2011 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Brian T. Moriarty, Deirdre E. Sanders, and Lawrence P. Cogswell III, Ph.D.
The U.S. Supreme Court and the Federal Circuit have made and are continuing to make significant changes in the law of multi-party patent infringement – namely, induced infringement...
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How the New Multi-Party Patent Infringement Rulings Will Affect Pharmaceutical Treatment Claims - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Brian T. Moriarty, Deirdre E. Sanders, and Lawrence P. Cogswell III, Ph.D.
The very recent and continuing focus by the U.S. Supreme Court and the Federal Circuit sitting en banc on multi-party infringement issues – namely, induced infringement and divided...
More »
 
Invention Rights Do Not Automatically Vest to a Federal Contractor Under the Bayh-Dole Act
By: Rob D. Pyatt
In June, the U.S. Supreme Court reviewed the provisions of the Bayh-Dole Act to determine ownership rights of an invention developed using federal funds. Passed by Congress in 1980...
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What Did I Do Wrong To Harm the Value of My Patents: Consequences of Inattention in License Negotiations and in Corporate Acquisitions and Reorganizations
June 2011
By: David J. Brody
Congratulations! You just won a major victory against your competitor: after years of a hotly contested court battle, the jury found that your competitor’s product infringes...
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Senate Passes Leahy-Smith America Invents Act
September 2011 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: N. Scott Pierce
Yesterday, the Senate passed a new patent statute and it is expected to be promptly signed into law. Known as the “Leahy-Smith America Invents Act” (Act), it is the most...
More »
 
Isolated Nucleic Acids Are Patentable - Is The Debate Over?
August 2011 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Mary K. Murray, Ph.D.
Recently, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) in the Myriad case (The Association for Molecular Pathology, et al. v. U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Myriad Genetics...
More »
 
After Cybersource - Software Inventions Still Patentable - Precise Claim Wording Ever More Crucial
August 2011 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Joshua S. Matloff
Patent claims that recite a “computer readable medium … containing program instructions for a computer to perform” a sequence of steps have become a popular way...
More »
 
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Recognized as a Top Worldwide Trademark Firm / John L. DuPré Listed as a leading Trademark Practitioner
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to announce that we have been named to the Worldwide Trademark Review’s WTR 1000 listing as one of the top firms for trademark matters...
More »
 
New Challenges and New Opportunities in Enforcing Method of Treatment Claims
July 2011 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Brian T. Moriarty, Deirdre E. Sanders, and Lawrence P. Cogswell III, Ph.D.
The U.S. Supreme Court and the Federal Circuit have made and are continuing to make significant changes in the law of multi-party patent infringement – namely, induced infringement...
More »
 
How the New Multi-Party Patent Infringement Rulings Will Affect Pharmaceutical Treatment Claims - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Brian T. Moriarty, Deirdre E. Sanders, and Lawrence P. Cogswell III, Ph.D.
The very recent and continuing focus by the U.S. Supreme Court and the Federal Circuit sitting en banc on multi-party infringement issues – namely, induced infringement and divided...
More »
 
Invention Rights Do Not Automatically Vest to a Federal Contractor Under the Bayh-Dole Act
By: Rob D. Pyatt
In June, the U.S. Supreme Court reviewed the provisions of the Bayh-Dole Act to determine ownership rights of an invention developed using federal funds. Passed by Congress in 1980...
More »
 
What Did I Do Wrong To Harm the Value of My Patents: Consequences of Inattention in License Negotiations and in Corporate Acquisitions and Reorganizations
June 2011
By: David J. Brody
Congratulations! You just won a major victory against your competitor: after years of a hotly contested court battle, the jury found that your competitor’s product infringes...
More »
 

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