It's been a big week in the gene patent wars, with a landmark Supreme Court decision on the patentability of human DNA and a setback for opponents of genetically modified crops. In both cases, advances in genetic science collided with entrenched ideas about nature and unsettled issues in patent law. And they were both brought by 38-year-old IP lawyer (and newly-litigious investor) Daniel Ravicher of the Public Patent Foundation.
Lawyer in Gene Patent Case Keeps Making Headlines
The Litigation Daily
June 13, 2013