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Global trends in life science patent litigation


How do the outcomes of patents cases vary in different jurisdictions? Eric Sergheraert analyses the trends revealed in a study of decisions over 10 years

This article intends to shed light on global trends in patent litigation in the life sciences industry. We construct this technical field to include the pharmaceutical and biotechnological domains, but also the two main International Patent Classification (IPC) classes from...


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RT @5thCircAppeals: Electronic filing! #SCOTUS https://t.co/t2Sc5HyqnY

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Analysis of UKSC decision in Lilly v Actavis - incl. comparison table between old & new test & Protocol Qs #patent… https://t.co/VDilPUG7m5

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