Wake Up with the Experts: Fresh Squeezed CLE

July 17, 2013

Patentability of Genes in Light of the Supreme Court's Decision

Wake Up with the ExpertsJoin Scott Pierce, Principal, on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 as the Suffolk University Law School's Center for Advanced Legal Studies presents "Wake Up with the Experts:  Fresh Squeezed CLE - Patentability of Genes in Light of the Supreme Court's Decision."  Scott will be co-speaking from 8:30 - 10:00am at Suffolk University Law School, 120 Tremont Street, Suite 120, Boston, MA.

Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau, and Attorneys Brian Fairchild and Scott Pierce analyze the criteria for patent eligibility in light of the Supreme Court's unanimous decision in the Myriad case.  The panel offers guidance on the consequences of the decision and on the continued unsettled state of the law with regard to what inventions are patent-eligible.  They propose alternative frameworks for consideration with their individual assessments of this important case.


Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau
Co-Director IP Law Concentration, Suffolk University Law School
  • Brief overview of patent-eligibility

Brian Fairchild, Esq.
Goodwin Procter LLP
  • In depth explanation of the Myriad decision
 

Scott Pierce, Esq.
Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P.C.
  • Consequences of Myriad decision

References

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July 17, 2013

Patentability of Genes in Light of the Supreme Court's Decision

Wake Up with the ExpertsJoin Scott Pierce, Principal, on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 as the Suffolk University Law School's Center for Advanced Legal Studies presents "Wake Up with the Experts:  Fresh Squeezed CLE - Patentability of Genes in Light of the Supreme Court's Decision."  Scott will be co-speaking from 8:30 - 10:00am at Suffolk University Law School, 120 Tremont Street, Suite 120, Boston, MA.

Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau, and Attorneys Brian Fairchild and Scott Pierce analyze the criteria for patent eligibility in light of the Supreme Court's unanimous decision in the Myriad case.  The panel offers guidance on the consequences of the decision and on the continued unsettled state of the law with regard to what inventions are patent-eligible.  They propose alternative frameworks for consideration with their individual assessments of this important case.


Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau
Co-Director IP Law Concentration, Suffolk University Law School
  • Brief overview of patent-eligibility

Brian Fairchild, Esq.
Goodwin Procter LLP
  • In depth explanation of the Myriad decision
 

Scott Pierce, Esq.
Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P.C.
  • Consequences of Myriad decision

References

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