NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE
Volume 47, Issue 4
RESTORING THE PATENT SYSTEM: Countering Supreme Court Attacks on What Can Be Patented
October 2016 -
On Friday, September 9, 2016,
Sunstein Kann Murphy & Timbers
hosted an esteemed panel on
Restoring the Patent System
. This program focused on how recent Supreme Court decisions affect innovation in the United States, particularly in high technology and the life sciences, and what can be done to counter these decisions in patent filings, in court, and in legislation. The panel included:
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2016 Ⓒ Boston Patent Law Association
Robert Armitage
Former Senior VP and General Counsel,
Eli Lilly and Company
, and a principal architect of the
America Invents Act
Slides from the presentation are provided
here
. The audio recording of the program can be heard
here
.
Index
Table of Contents
President's Message by Erik Belt
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BPLA Submitted
Amicus
Brief in Design Case of the Century
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Message from the Editor-in-Chief
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The Defend Trade Secrets Act: Examining the DTSA’s Language, Use, and Future
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BPLA's ANNUAL MEETNG AND LUNCHEON
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RESTORING THE PATENT SYSTEM: Countering Supreme Court Attacks on What Can Be Patented
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IPR Motions to Amend: Rays of Hope for Patent Owners Despite Gloomy Statistics
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Nominations for the BPLA Officers and Board of Governors for 2016-2017
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In re Aqua Products
: Claim Amendments During
Inter Partes
Review
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Proposed Membership By-Law Change
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The 2016
Invented Here!
Event
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2015 BPLA Annual Meeting Minutes
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Ex Parte
Reexamination as a Valuable Option for Challenging Patent Claims
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PTAB Bar Asssociation
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McRO v. Bandai
: Latest Federal Circuit § 101 Decision Breathes New Life into Software Patents
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Members on the Move
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