- Re-Exam Claiming Opposite Enantiomer Not Enough To Invalidate Patent
- When the original application and the reissue application for the '071 patent were filed, it was universally believed that the asparagine amino acid in daptomycin was the L-isomer, as depicted in the '071 patent.
- Cubist Pharma v. Hospira Upholds a Certificate of Correction and allows Later
- The manufacturer of Cubist's drug, Lilly, claimed that the daptomycin drug contains L-enantiomers. The drug actually contained D-enantiomers, but an invention is defined by the claims and not by the disclosure.
- Common heartburn drugs taken by millions 'increase chronic kidney disease risk'
- A common type of heartburn pill has been linked to an increased risk of kidney disease, scientists warned. Those people taking proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are more likely to develop chronic kidney disease, a new study found.
- How to overcome the challenge of too-tight boots on the High Street
- Every year, around this time, I start to develop a bad case of what I call 'boot-gap envy'. This is when I spy slender women wearing knee-high boots on legs so thin that there is a noticeable space at the top.
- So You Want To Protect Your Software: Tactics, Options, And Considerations
- CLS Bank Int'l case before the United States Supreme Court in 2014. In that case, the Supreme Court reasoned that the software patent at issue was invalid because it was directed to an impermissible "abstract idea.
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