Volume 47, Issue 3
NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE
Thank you to everybody who took the time to share their praise for the redesigned BPLA newsletter. The Board is delighted to hear that the new format was well-received by the members, and is thrilled that the presentation of the newsletter matches the quality of the content produced by our members.
Message from the Editor-in-Chief
Our summer issues highlights the showcase event of the year—the Annual Dinner to Honor the Federal Judiciary—and dives into some of the most recent developments on the § 101 front, including articles analyzing cases in which subject matter eligibility was deemed to exist (
Enfish
and
BASCOM
), and those in which it was not (
TLI
and
Sequenom
, the latter of which the BPLA filed an amicus brief in support of Sequenom’s Petition for Cert). Damages are also a hot topic as of late, as evidenced by the articles about
Halo
and Federal Circuit royalty cases. This issue also contains an article about sequence listing, one about the case that wasn’t—
Cuozzo
, information about a new expedited procedure at the USPTO for cancer immunotherapy patent applications, and an article about patent agent privilege in the U.S. and Canada. I hope our members have found some time to relax and enjoy their summer, and look forward to seeing our members out-and-about as the fall is in full swing before we know it.
Index
Table of Contents
President's Message by Erik Belt
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Check Yo’self Before You Wreck Yo’self (or Your Sequence Listing)
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Message from the Editor-in-Chief
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Cuozzo
: The Case that Wasn’t
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Annual Dinner to Honor the Federal Judiciary an Evening Enjoyed by the Bench, Bar, and Guests
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Patent Agent Privilege in the United States and Canada
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Enfish and TLI:
A Study of the Federal Circuit’s Recent Section 101 Opinions
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USPTO Launches Pilot Program for Early Review of Cancer Immunotherapy Patent Applications
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Federal Circuit Finds
BASCOM
Internet Content Filtering Claims Patent Eligible
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Invented Here!
- 2016 - Highlighting New England’s Innovators
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BPLA Files Amicus Brief in Support of Sequenom’s Petition for a Writ of Certiorari
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Writing Competition
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Halo
Decision Regarding the Standard for Willfulness
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Members on the Move
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Reasonable Royalties and the Federal Circuit in 2015: Evolution of the Revolution
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Community Calendar
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