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Antibody Patents: Obviousness, Written Description, Enablement and Other Challenges

Recorded on: Nov. 2, 2017
Running Time: 00:59:41

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Taken from the Web Program Developments in Pharmaceutical and Biotech Patent Law 2017 recorded November 2017 in New York.

Antibody Patents: Obviousness, Written Description, Enablement and Other Challenges [00:59:41]
  • The evolution of section 112 requirements for antibody patents
  • A review of leading decisions, including Noelle v. Lederman, Chiron v. Genentech, Centocor v. Abbott, and Abbvie v. Janssen
  • The USPTO’s perspective on 101 and 112 antibody requirements as applied to antibody patents
  • Obviousness of antibody claims.

Daniel L. Reisner

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  • Excerpt from Ch. 5: Patentability, Practising Law Institute, Pharmaceutical and Biotech Patent Law § 5:4.5 [C] (November 2016)
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  • Excerpt from Ch. 7: Types of Biological and Pharmaceutical Patents, Practising Law Institute, Pharmaceutical and Biotech Patent Law § 7:7 (November 2016)
    Daniel L. Reisner

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Daniel L Reisner ~ Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
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