Understanding Biotechnology Law: Protection, Licensing, and Intellectual Property Policies / Edition 1

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Overview

Detailing the intellectual-property aspects of biotechnology law - from initial identification and reporting through licensing - this comprehensive reference explains the rules, regulations and procedures typically encountered by researchers in the development of their innovations.;Focusing on the fundamental legal concepts that should be understood by scientists, academicians and technicians working in the field, Understanding Biotechnology Law: considers the role of the inventor in the preparation of a patent application; describes the patent application process from discovery of an invention to issuance of a patent; discusses the law governing ownership of laboratory discoveries and products; examines intellectual-property policies, research agreements, consulting agreements, and conflicts of interest; presents the rules for determining inventorship; reviews patent infringement laws, including claim interpretation, literal infringement, and infringement under the doctrine of equivalents; and outlines modern license agreements, providing the principal terms encountered in biotechnology licenses.;Written by authorities in the field, Understanding Biotechnology Law is a reference for molecular and cell biologists, microbiologists, virologists, bioprocess technologists, biochemists, food scientists and technologists, pharmacologists, and pharmacists.

This book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Elizabeth A. Birt, JD (Rush University Medical Center)
Description: This book covers pertinent legal and organizational issues in the field of biotechnology law.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide scientists, academicians, and technicians with an explanation of the rules, regulations, and procedures encountered in developing innovations.
Audience: This book is useful for those individuals who already have a working knowledge of the issues involved in this area. It would be a valuable resource tool for individuals working in a research facility administration area either at the academic/university level or the medical center level.
Features: This book has no color and few illustrations. However, they are unnecessary given the subject matter of the book. The legal references are appropriate. The articles presented are arranged in a logical format. In addition, the writing style is very reader-friendly without an overemphasis on technical terms.
Assessment: This is a valuable tool for research administrators who are evaluating their own programs. It is organized in a format that breaks down product/process innovation in a cycle starting with the identification of patentable research, choosing the best form of legal protection for those ideas, the patent process, infringement, and ending with the development of policies and procedures to protect and license these ideas.
Elizabeth A. Birt
This book covers pertinent legal and organizational issues in the field of biotechnology law. The purpose is to provide scientists, academicians, and technicians with an explanation of the rules, regulations, and procedures encountered in developing innovations. This book is useful for those individuals who already have a working knowledge of the issues involved in this area. It would be a valuable resource tool for individuals working in a research facility administration area either at the academic/university level or the medical center level. This book has no color and few illustrations. However, they are unnecessary given the subject matter of the book. The legal references are appropriate. The articles presented are arranged in a logical format. In addition, the writing style is very reader-friendly without an overemphasis on technical terms. This is a valuable tool for research administrators who are evaluating their own programs. It is organized in a format that breaks down product/process innovation in a cycle starting with the identification of patentable research, choosing the best form of legal protection for those ideas, the patent process, infringement, and ending with the development of policies and procedures to protect and license these ideas.
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Provides research scientists with the fundamentals of biotechnology law with a view to enabling them to make informed choices as innovations appear. The nine contributed chapters address: introduction to the field of biotechnology law; identifying, evaluating, and reporting innovative research developments at the university; choosing the form of legal protection; preparing the patent application; inventorship in the research laboratory; ownership of laboratory discoveries and work product; patent infringement in the field of biotechnology; intellectual property policies, research agreements, consulting agreements, and conflicts of interest; and technology transfer and commercialization. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780824789350
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 1/1/1993
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 496
  • Product dimensions: 6.25 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction to the field of biotechnology law, Gale R. Peterson; identifying, evaluating, and reporting innovative research developments, Lita Nelson; choosing the form of legal protection, Reid G. Adler; preparing the patent application, Bradford J. Duft; inventorship in the research laboratory, Edward T. Lentz; ownership of laboratory innovations, William LaFuze; patent infringement in the field of biotechnology, Charles Lipsey and Amy L. Tsui Collins; intellectual-property policies and conflicts of interest, Katherine L. Chapman; technology transfer and commercialization, Joyce Brinton.

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