What You Need To Know About Patenting Chemical Inventions: Subject Matter Eligibility, Obviousness Requirement, and Regulatory Updates
Partner Shelley Danek Ph.D. will present, “Patenting Chemical Inventions” at the 2015 American Chemical Society National Meeting, beginning at 9:00 a.m. on March 25, 2015, at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO. She will cover “Patent Eligible Subject Matter in the Chemical Arts,” an update on the recently issued guidelines that significantly restrict subject matter eligibility for chemical inventions, and provide strategies to navigate these new guidelines.
Also presenting during this session:
- Jeffrey Hayes of The Procter and Gamble Company – “You Discovered Something New in the Lab…Now What?”
- Michael Carr of the University of Colorado Boulder – “Technology Transfer and Industry Collaborations: A New Era in Cooperative and Sponsored Research”
The American Chemical Society is the world's largest society for chemical professionals. This 249th ACS National Meeting and Exposition provides a chance to connect with thousands of chemical professionals wanting to explore the overarching multidisciplinary theme of Chemistry of Natural Resources. The five day meeting is packed with learning opportunities that will enrich your experience and cultivate new ideas and new contacts.
Shelley Danek, Ph.D. advances and secures the value of patents and intellectual property portfolios for clients developing pharmaceutical, biotech and nanotech products, including startup firms, international corporations and universities. Clients rely on Shelley's understanding of their technologies and her assiduous attention to their businesses, qualities developed from her advanced study and research in chemistry and postdoctoral research in RNA interference.