Michael R. Samardzija, Ph.D.

Michael R. Samardzija, Ph.D.

Bracewell & Giuliani LLP

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What do "Abacus Guy," Mom, and Computers That Say "Stop!" Have in Common? They May be Unpatentable Abstract Ideas.

Nine Justices of the Supreme Court and three oral advocates held over 100 spectators at bay for just over an hour as they debated—of all things—patents. Yesterday’s case, Alice Corp. vs. CLS Bank, was not a first. Four...more

4/1/2014 - CLS Bank v Alice Corp Patent Applications Patent-Eligible Subject Matter

Supreme Court - Being Unanimous Appears to be Part of the Justices' DNA

On June 13, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously decided in Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc. that naturally occurring DNA segments are not patent eligible because they are products of nature...more

6/17/2013 - AMP v Myriad DNA Human Genes Myriad Patent-Eligible Subject Matter Patents SCOTUS

Batting Practice with DNA Patents at the U.S. Supreme Court

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments today in Association of Molecular Pathology vs. Myriad Genetics (Docket 12-398) regarding the patent eligibility of isolated DNA sequences. More specifically, they probed both parties in...more

4/17/2013 - AMP v Myriad DNA Gene Patenting Human Genes Oral Argument Patent-Eligible Subject Matter Patents Recombinant DNA SCOTUS

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