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July 15, 2011


"Patent Docs author Dr. Kevin E. Noonan of McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP; and Jacqueline D. Wright Bonilla of Foley & Lardner LLP, will discuss whether "products of nature" (e.g., genetic material) constitute patentable subject matter, "

And he's going to say N O. Right? Right?

Seriously though, when is the Myriad decision probably going to come out?

I actually think this webinar would be an interesting one to attend. With how many new advances we are having with DNA I have a feeling there is some debate as to whether "products of nature" are patentable. I have my own opinions, but I would like to see what others have to say about it and the actual legal decision on it.

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