Consumer Watchdog, Public Patent Foundation Take Human Stem Cell Patent Challenge to U.S. Supreme Court
CONTACT John M. Simpson
WASHINGTON, DC – Consumer Watchdog and the Public Patent Foundation today asked the U.S Supreme Court to overturn a lower court’s decision and allow the two public interest groups to seek the cancellation of a patent on human embryonic stem cells held by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF). In its petition, Consumer...
Human Stem Cell Patent Covers Ineligible Subject Matter And Work Was ‘Obvious,’ Consumer Watchdog, Public Patent Foundation Tell Court In Bid For Patent Rejection
CONTACT John M. Simpson, Dan Ravicher, or Jeanne Loring
WASHINGTON, DC – A patent on human embryonic stem cells held by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) “covers ineligible subject matter and was anticipated by and obvious” in view of earlier research, Consumer Watchdog and the Public Patent Foundation have told a federal appeals court. In a reply brief filed late last...