Biotechnology and the Federal Circuit

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Bureau of National Affairs, 1995 - Law - 545 pages
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In this comprehensive treatment, the author unravels patent issues in recombinant technology, plants and animals, and pharmaceutical inventions.

You get full analysis with incisive, expert commentary on virtually every significant case and development in the Federal Circuit, including:
-- patentability of biotechnology/chemical inventions
-- plant biotechnology
-- GATT enabling legislation
-- role of the Federal Circuit
-- developing issues

The book's superlative research aids include the most thorough subject-matter index available...plus tables of cases, statutes, and regulations cited.

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Contents

Biotechnology Invention
17
Patentable Subject Matter
37
Utility
47
Copyright

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