LABS Hosts Event, “When a Pharmaceutical Patent is Not Enough”

The Center for Law and Biomedical Sciences hosted C. Randolph (Randy) Ross, former counsel at Breckenridge Pharmaceuticals, for a presentation on “When a Pharmaceutical Patent is Not Enough” on October 20th.  Co-sponsored by the law firm of Maschoff, Brennan, the lunch talk was a tour through all the non-patent issues involved in protecting intellectual property, such as Lanham Act litigation challenging unfair competition or challenges to the accuracy of labeling.  Further information about the issues discussed in the talk is available here on the Center’s blog.