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Reminder: only a few slots left for the Myriad discussion tomorrow night. Sign up now.

From: John W.
Sent on: Sunday, June 30, 2013 5:48 PM
Hey Biotechies,

There are still a few lots left for our Myriad panel discussion tomorrow at 6 pm.

If you are in or interested in the diagnostics field or biotech IP in general, sign up immediately at This changes how biotech is done. It's a really good idea to know about it.



Supreme Court Myriad decision: a panel discussion

On July 1 at 6-8 pm NYC Bio will be holding a panel discussion on the recent Supreme Court Myriad decision in which genomic DNA was ruled ineligible to patent. Sign up at 

Our thanks to Tannenbaum, Helpern, Syracuse and Hirschtritt for hosting the event at 900 Third Avenue, New York, New York 10022.

The recent Supreme Court Myriad decision in which genomic DNA was ruled ineligible to patent marks a great change in the IP of biotech and directly affects many companies.

Through a panel discussion, we hope to 1) generate some clarity for those navigating the waters of new decisions; and 2) come to some conclusion as to how companies and organizations should best respond to this significant change.
Panel speakers include John Murray of Tannenbaum, Helpern, Syracuse & Hirschtritt, Hans Saur of Bio (the national trade organization), Joseph Robinson of Troutman Sanders, Mitchell Wong of the Exeter Law Group, Laura Coruzzi of Jones Day and Kristin Neuman of MPEG LA. This is really an incredible group.

This intimate event is geared towards those who need this IP knowledge including CEOs, TT people, patent people, etc. Please forward the invitation to those who should come. Space is very limited.

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