Patenting Stem Cell Technologies

Patenting Stem Cell Technologies
Making a Claim

Antoinette Konski
ISBN: 9781615046225 | PDF ISBN: 9781615046232
Copyright © 2013 | 72 Pages | Publication Date: 03/01/2013

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Are stem cells patentable? What is the patenting process? What rights does a patent provide? Why should I patent? Applying for and obtaining a patent is a process that can be unpredictable and intimidating, although it does not necessarily need to be. Novice and experienced inventors often have questions regarding patenting and the patenting process. This e-book is provided to answer many questions regarding the patenting process before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). It also generally describes the technologies typically patented in connection with regenerative medicine.

This book is provided for informational purposes only and should not replace legal advice, which is necessary to anticipate and address the nuances of the patenting process. In addition, there are issues that should be considered and addressed when considering patenting isolated stem cells and associated technologies—such as the process for obtaining patent rights outside the United States, post-grant procedures for challenging patents, non-patent protection of intellectual property, and enforcement of patents through litigation—which are beyond the scope of this chapter.

Table of Contents

The U.S. Patent System
The Patenting Process
Patenting Stem Cell Technologies
Conclusion
Titles of Related Interest

About the Author(s)

Antoinette Konski, Foley & Lardner, LLP
Antoinette F. Konski is a partner and intellectual property lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. Ms. Konski works with life science clients, creating and optimizing value in intellectual property portfolios encompassing technologies that include personalized medicine, regenerative and stem cell biology, antibodies, immunology, gene therapy, nanotechnology, diagnostics, small molecules and drug delivery. She represents public and private companies and universities. Ms. Konski currently serves as the firm's Silicon Valley IP office chairperson, vice chair of the Chemical, Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Practice and co-chair of the Life Sciences Industry Team. She is the editor of the Foley Personalized Medicine blog, Personalized Medicine Bulletin.

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