IP Law and the Biosciences Conference | Patentable Subject Matter





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Published on May 22, 2012

On April 27th, 2012 the Stanford Program in Law Science and Technology hosted the Stanford Law School Conference on Intellectual Property Law and the Biosciences.
The conference brought together leading experts from academia, industry and the judiciary on the latest developments in intellectual property law and the biosciences.
In the panel, "Patentable Subject Matter" Jeff Oelke, Partner, White & Case LLP moderated a discussion with John Duffy, Armistead M. Dobie Professor of Law,
University of Virginia, School of Law, Mark Lemley, William H. Neukom Professor; Director, Stanford Program in Law, Science, and Technology, Stanford Law School; Partner, Durie Tangri LLP , Dan Ravicher, Executive Director, Public Patent
Foundation; Lecturer in Law, Cardozo Law School and Seth P. Waxman, Partner, WilmerHale

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