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Federal Circuit denies Ariosa en banc bid

Peter Leung, Washington DC

Two concurrences and a dissent from Judge Newman highlight the continuing struggle over Section 101 jurisprudence at the Federal Circuit and its effects on the life sciences

Today, the Federal Circuit issued an order denying a request for an en banc rehearing Ariosa v Sequenom. The panel decision from June drew considerable criticism from patent petitioners and is regularly cited as an example of the chaos and uncertainty brought about by the...

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