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August 01, 2020


Would another interesting subject of even more economic impact be on avoiding patent infringement for selling products that were originally created by a patented CRISPER method [which could done be some other company] but which do not use any CRISPER technology in any subsequent reproduction or manufacturing? [Also considering the most recent Fed. Cir. decision on "product by process" claims.]

Thanks for the suggestion, Paul. Likely a good topic for a webinar on "designing around" and the difficulties of establishing infringement for method of making claims

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