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As artificial intelligence creates a complex legal landscape for healthcare and medtech, Janine Swarbrick of HGF explores two case studies that shed light on how to claim an AI invention.
It is critical that the emerging field of personalised medicine receives appropriate patent protection, explain Joel Coles and Theo Cooper of Powell Gilbert.
Agreeing to a dispute resolution mechanism in an international joint venture requires forward thinking, say Jens Petry and Tom Gassmann, Squire Patton Boggs.
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Kerri-Ann Limbeek, trial lead for Ravgen, tells Sarah Speight that a compelling narrative was key to winning the case against their larger rival.
Despite the clamour for guidance, applicants, attorneys, and lawyers may be in for a frustrating wait before the UK updates AI protections, says Rebecca Lawrence of DLA Piper.
Mark Hatch-Miller, who led the trial team at Susman for Globus, tells Sarah Speight how this spinal implant patent dispute, brought by a Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon, was a “heavy lift”.
Patent applications need to offer the full picture when it comes to scientific research, finds Marisa Woutersen at LSPN Europe.
An ambiguous decision by the Supreme Court has paved the way for frivolous petitions for compensation and clarity is needed, say Daniel Sanchez and Karla Olvera of Olivares.
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