Reversal In CAR-T Patent Battle Shows Federal Circuit’s Preference For Narrow Claims
Appeals court finds that Juno/BMS patent is invalid, overturning $1.2bn jury verdict against Kite/Gilead. Ruling illustrates court does not like functionally-defined patent claims, attorneys say. Decision could impact future CAR-T patents and disputes.
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