05/13: Chemical and Biotechnology Patent Law Ethics Update
May 13, 2021 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
90 Minutes ETHICS
Concurrent Session Two: Chemical and Biotechnology Patent Law - ETHICS UPDATE
Moderator: Emil J. Ali, McCabe & Ali, LLP, Los Angeles, CA
- Duty to Disclose Non-Traditional Forms of Prior Art - MaryAnne Armstrong, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, LLP, Falls Church, VA
- Duty to Disclose Test Results - Tom Brody, independent consultant affiliated with the boutique firm, Patnstr, APC, and previously employed by the law firms, Baker & Hostetler, LLP and Coudert Brothers, LLP
- Ethical Considerations in Research Collaborations - Shilpi Banerjee, Sloan Kettering
Hosted by the Biotechnology and Chemical Practice Committees
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center | Associate General Counsel and Chief IP CounselShilpi Banerjee serves as Associate General Counsel and Chief Intellectual Property Counsel of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK). Her practice includes oversight of patent prosecution, agreements related to the research enterprise at MSK, including sponsored laboratory research and clinical research, as well as transactional, licensing and litigation matters related to MSK intellectual property.
McCabe & Ali, LLP | PartnerEmil J. Ali provides legal representation of professionals across many regulated industries to limit, defend, and deflect liability in regulatory and professional conduct investigations, enforcement actions, arbitrations, and court cases.
Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch, LLP | PartnerDr. Armstrong is experienced in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, including in the fields of immunology, pharmaceutical chemistry, biotechnology, vaccines, organic chemistry, assay and drug screening systems, devices and plant patents.
Affiliated with Patnstr, APC | Independent ConsultantPresently, Tom is an independent consultant doing patent prosecution work for four different companies in southern California. Tom has 18 years of patenting experience in biotechnology, immunology (vaccines, antibodies, CAR T-cells, dendritic cells), organic chemistry, medical devices, and mechanical devices.