Follow-On Biologics: Is Your Product Patent Portfolio Ready?

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As the research and scientific discoveries of the past decade have moved beyond the lab into the commercial application of biotechnology, explosive growth has occurred in related sectors that require intellectual property protection for survival. Finnegan has advised biotech pioneers on every aspect of intellectual property, including patenting groundbreaking advancements, enforcing patents in litigation, and defending against claims of infringement or ownership by others. In fact, Finnegan successfully represented Eli Lilly and Company in a lawsuit involving the first marketed product produced by biotechnology—human insulin.

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