PIUG 2013 Northeast Conference
Monday, September 30 to Wednesday, October 2, 2013The Heldrich Hotel
10 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA 08901
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PIUG 2013 Northeast Conference Papers – October 2013
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Implications of the Myriad Supreme Court Decision – Human Genes Are Not Patentable, But What About Everything Else?, Paul Golian, Bristol-Myers Squibb
Crossing the Line: Is It a Drug or a Device?, Kristine H. Atkinson, A/A Patent Investigations
Drug Formulations , James L. Grant, Novartis Inc.(Presentation not available.)
China Utility Model Patent: Trash or Treasure? A citation based analysis, Binqiang Liu, State Intellectual Property Office of China
Working with Examiner Citations from US Patent Documents, Anthony Trippe, Patinformatics, LLC
Citation searching; Getting the big picture, Donald Walter, Thomson Reuters
Case Study: Avoiding the Black Box in Patent Analysis, Melissa Burt, Questel-Orbit Inc.
When was that first available online? Understanding the importance of ahead-of-print coverage in STN’s non-patent literature databases for prior art searching, Brian Sweet, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS)
Finding better patents faster – combining the expertise of patent examiners to help find prior art and similar patents, Mike Lloyd, Griffith Hack/Ambercite
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