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Biopatent Law: Patent Strategies and Patent Management (Springerbriefs in Biotech Patents)

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Patents protecting biotechnological invention are becoming ever more important. Because biotechnology has many differences with respect to other technologies, lessons learned in other fields of technology cannot simply be transferred to adopt a suitable strategy for dealing with biotechnology inventions. In this volume, general aspects of biopatent law will be discussed. This involves questions of patentability, including ethical issues and issues of technicality, as well as questions of patent exhaustion in cases were reproducible subject matter, like cells or seeds, is protected. Moreover, active and passive patent strategies are addressed. Further, insight will be given into patent lifetime management and additional protective measures, like supplementary protection certificates and data exclusivity. Here, strategies are discussed how market exclusivity can be extended as long as possible, which is particularly important for biopharmaceutical drugs, which create high R&D costs.

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Patents protecting biotechnological invention become ever more important. Because biotechnology has many differences with respect to other technologies, lessons learned in other fields of technology cannot simply be transferred to adopt a suitable strategy for dealing with biotechnology inventions. In this volume, general aspects of biopatent law will be discussed. This involves questions of patentability, including ethical issues and issues of technicality, as well as questions of patent exhaustion in cases were reproducible subject matter, like cells or seeds, is protected. Moreover, active and passive patent strategies are addressed. Further, insight will be given into patent lifetime management and additional protective measures, like supplementary protection certificates and data exclusivity. Here, strategies are discussed how market exclusivity can be extended as long as possible, which is particularly important for biopharmaceutical drugs, which create high R&D costs.

Table of Contents

Andreas Huebel: General Issues of Biotech Patents.- Thilo Schmelcher: Active and Passive Patent Strategies.- Ulrich Storz: Patent Lifetime Management, SPCs and Data Exclusivity.

Product Details

ISBN:
9783642248450
Author:
H. Bel, Andreas
Publisher:
Springer
Author:
Storz, Ulrich
Author:
Schmelcher, Thilo
Author:
Hu
Author:
Hübel, Andreas
Author:
bel, Andreas
Subject:
Molecular biology
Subject:
Biopharmaceutics.
Subject:
Intellectual properties
Subject:
Invention
Subject:
Litigation strategies
Subject:
Patent infringement.
Subject:
Cell biology
Subject:
Pharmaceutical Sciences/Technology
Subject:
Microbiology
Subject:
Biochemistry, general
Subject:
Biotechnology
Subject:
Commercial law
Subject:
Chemistry-Biochemistry
Copyright:
Edition Description:
2012
Series:
SpringerBriefs in Biotech Patents
Publication Date:
20111228
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
56
Dimensions:
235 x 155 mm

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"Synopsis" by , Patents protecting biotechnological invention become ever more important. Because biotechnology has many differences with respect to other technologies, lessons learned in other fields of technology cannot simply be transferred to adopt a suitable strategy for dealing with biotechnology inventions. In this volume, general aspects of biopatent law will be discussed. This involves questions of patentability, including ethical issues and issues of technicality, as well as questions of patent exhaustion in cases were reproducible subject matter, like cells or seeds, is protected. Moreover, active and passive patent strategies are addressed. Further, insight will be given into patent lifetime management and additional protective measures, like supplementary protection certificates and data exclusivity. Here, strategies are discussed how market exclusivity can be extended as long as possible, which is particularly important for biopharmaceutical drugs, which create high R&D costs.
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