Hi Friends. Welcome to My Blog
I am an immigrant from India, and have now lived in the United States for about 50 years. So, my blog posts and tweets represent a different perspective on what is happening in America. My presentations (available soon) will focus on educating present and future pharmaceutical scientists about patent law and pharmacokinetics. As for the former subject, scientists should find the study of patents – an area where “science meets law” – intellectually challenging and interesting; such knowledge can also be professionally rewarding.
I look forward to your comments.
My Latest Blog Posts
Inventions You Can Patent
After a long silence, the Supreme Court has recently (2012-2013) re-opened its thoughts on a threshold question: what kind of inventions are patentable? By way of background, scientific principles/laws are not patentable (in legalese, “non-patentable subject matter”); what is patentable are the applications of this knowledge. For example, law books are fond of quoting the […]Read more
Biosimilars Litigation in the United States: Amgen v. Sandoz
I gave a talk on biosimilars litigation in the US. The June 1 program was sponsored by the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Slides from my presentation are available here. A good part of the talk discussed the Amgen v. Sandoz case, which worked its way up to the United States Supreme Court. […]Read more