The following articles detail some of our extensive experience with various intellectual property issues:
US: The Year in Review
Pharmaceutical Law Insight, December 2008/January 2009
Supreme Court Unanimously Tightens the Test for Patentability
Orthopedic Design & Technology, July, 2007
Got a Cease-and-Desist Letter? Call Your Patent Attorney Today
Orthopedic Design & Technology, May 2007
Around the World in Two Stages: Protect Your Invention Globally
Orthopedic Design & Technology, March 2007
Non-disclosure Pacts: An Ounce of Prevention
Orthopedic Design & Technology, January 2007
Our attorneys are frequently called upon by the media to serve as resources for commentary on a range of intellectual property issues:
In the Patent World article, “US Presidential Candidates Back Biosimilars,” Joseph Trojan forecasts that even with the four biosimilar bills currently before Congress, nothing will progress in 2008 and they will likely be reintroduced later in 2009, with a bill in place by 2010. Mr. Trojan went on to comment that the biosimilars proposition related to clinical testing of biosimilar drugs is unlikely to make it into a final bill, but a diluted version would pass.
Los Angeles Business Journal
October 20, 2008
Joseph Trojan was quoted in the Los Angeles Business Journal article, “HIV, AIDS Developer Heads to Court in Company Feud.” The article examines the lawsuit brought by biotech company Viral Genetics Inc. against its former executive who is accused of attempting to bankrupt the company and taking intellectual property to another firm. Based on the complaint, Mr. Trojan said that the allegations were shocking if true.