Supreme Court Rules in Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories, Inc.

The Supreme Court ruled yesterday in the very controversial case of Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories, Inc. that began hearing arguments in September of last year.

By unanimous decision, the Supreme Court reversed the Federal Circuit and stated, “We conclude that the patent claims at issue here effectively claim the underlying laws of nature themselves. The claims are consequently invalid,” Justice Stephen Breyer wrote. He went on to further state that “one must do more than simply state the law of nature while adding the words `apply it.’”

National Inventors Hall of Fame Announces 2012 Inductees

“The National Inventors Hall of Fame annually accepts nominations for men and women whose work has changed society and improved the quality of life. The candidate’s invention must be covered by a United States patent, and the work must have had a major impact on society, the public welfare, and the progress of science and the useful arts.”

Our Client, John Cogburn, Teams Up with Globe Medical Tech, Inc.

 This firm is proud to announce that our client, John Cogburn, has teamed up with Globe Medical Tech, Inc. of Houston, Texas to produce John’s Crime Scene Trace Evidence (CS/TE) Preservation Gloves. Globe Medical Tech and John Cogburn are currently working on the development of several versions of the CS/TE Preservation Gloves and the first

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