PIUG 2014 Biotechnology Conference
Staying on the Cutting Edge of Biotechnology Patent Searching
Monday, February 24, through Wednesday, February 26, 2014
PIUG 2014 Biotechnology Conference Presentations – February 2014
PIUG Biotechnology Conference presentation files are provided to PIUG members with permission of the presenters. Further distribution is limited to current PIUG members. PIUG is an organization of individuals and not companies, so sharing presentation files with colleagues who are not PIUG members is against PIUG policy. We welcome new members and renewals per the PIUG Membership Benefits page.
Abstracts, author biographies, and the full program are available on the Final Program page.
Download the full PIUG 2014 Biotech Conference Book just as printed and distributed at the conference.
Hindsight Analysis of Litigation-based Investigations on Best-practice Searching for Non-litigation Matters, David A. Casimir, Casimir Jones, S.C.
Therapeutic Antibodies: Do's and Don'ts for Freedom-to-Operate and Patentability Searching, Briana Erickson, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP
Striding Along the Cutting Edge of Biopatent Searching, Barbara Miller, Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research
The Impact of WIPO Standards on Sequence Searching, Tara Rix & Tasha Witham, Harbor Consulting IP
Patent Sequence ID Numbers in Major Sequence Databases, Ellen Sherin, DuPont
Development of CAMBIA, the Lens, and PatSeq Explorer – Public Global Patent Search Resources, Richard Jefferson, CAMBIA, Australia (No presentation slides are available from the Conference.)
Databases Available from SIPO with a Focus on Searching China Medicine Patents, Binqiang Liu, University of New Hampshire School of Law
A “Cheat Sheet” for Exclusivities – Learning Across Functional Groups, Bo Peng, Editas Medicine
How I Became a Biotechnology Patent Searcher, Gin Eggerichs, AbbVie (No presentation slides are available from the Conference.)
How I Became a Biotechnology Patent Searcher, Ken Hoppe, Science IP® (No presentation slides are available from the Conference.)
How I Became a Biotechnology Patent Searcher, Seth Mendelson, Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research (NIBR)
How I Became a Biotechnology Patent Searcher, Ellen Sherin, Dupont
How I Became a Biotechnology Patent Searcher, Alison Taylor, Abbott
Workshop: Information flow in living systems: A brief introduction to Molecular Biology, Paul Bain, Harvard University
Use of Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) by a USPTO and EPO Examiner, Jerry Lorengo (USPTO), and Dr. Nathalie Loubradou-Bourges (EPO)
USPTO_cheatsheet-CPC Hetero Ring numbering system with art units, Jerry Lorengo (USPTO)
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