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Infringement and Medical Products

by Pierre BOUGEARD, French and European Trademark and Design Attorney
P.BOUGEARD.jpg Intended to combat the infringment of medical products and to protect public health, the Medicrime Convention entered into force on 1 January 2016.
Published on: 11th May 2016

The Unpatentability of a Dosage Claim is no Longer a French Exception

By Anne BOGARD BOUTARIC, Partner
v2191-Anne BOUTARIC.jpg There is no doubt that substances or compounds used in medical treatments are explicitly recognised as meeting the criterion for patentability.
Published on: 25th Feb 2015

Are patents and diagnostic methods compatible? Europe - United States - Canada - Brazil - India - China - Japan - Korea - Australia

By FAIVRE PETIT Frédérique, Partner
vignette F.FAIVRE-PETIT (3).jpg Whereas one might think ideally medicine should one day be able to diagnose everything, this has not been achieved yet, although... The pharmaceutical and diagnosis industries...
Published on: 2nd Jul 2012

MAYO V. PROMETHEUS

By Franck TETAZ, Partner
F.Tetaz 65x65.jpg How the Supreme Court of the United States of America has made a distinction between a patentable invention and a scientific discovery, thus creating new difficulties in protecting inventions in the area of diagnostic research in this country.
Published on: 16th May 2012

Notice on Decision G2/08

By Barbara Casadewall and Isabelle Mendelsohn, European and French Patent Attorneys - Cabinet REGIMBEAU
v B.CASADEWALL.jpg Decision G 2/08 issued by the Enlarged Board of Appeal (EBA) of the European Patent Office (EPO) on 19 February 2010 was particularly awaited within the pharmaceutical field.
Published on: 3rd Jan 2011

G1/07 : Answers, and answers between the lines

By Stéphanie Célaire - European and French Patent Attorney - Cabinet REGIMBEAU
v2417-Stéphanie CELAIRE.jpg Decision G001/07 was eagerly awaited in the field of medical imaging methods for diagnostic purposes.
Published on: 8th April 2010

Enantiomers – Revocation of a patent on enantiomer (-) for lack of enablement

By Francis Ahner, Partner and Anne Boutaric, European and French Patent Attorney
Recently, the validity of a patent claiming an enantiomer of a known racemic compound was discussed for the first time before the Paris Court (Tribunal de Grande Instance – 1st instance; decision issued on October 6th, 2009).
Published on: 22th Oct 2009