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"Biosimilars: Looking Back and Looking Ahead" in Bloomberg Law

January 20, 2017

Articles

"Biosimilars: Looking Back and Looking Ahead" in Bloomberg Law

January 20, 2017

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Fish & Richardson attorneys Tasha Francis, Gina Nellesen and Jenny Shmuel co-authored the article “Biosimilars: Looking Back and Looking Ahead” published in the Bloomberg Law: Pharmaceutical Law & Industry Report on January 18, 2017.  The article reviews biosimilar activity in 2016 including litigation trends, verdicts and highlights, and predictions for biologic/biosimilar activity in 2017.

Authors:

Tasha M. Francis, Ph.D. | Associate
Tasha Francis, Ph.D. is an Associate in Fish & Richardson’s Twin Cities office, practices intellectual property litigation with an emphasis on patent litigation. Dr. Francis has represented plaintiffs and defendants in cases involving medical devices, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals.

Jenny Shmuel, Ph.D. | Associate
Jenny Shmuel is an Associate in the Boston office of Fish & Richardson. Ms. Shmuel has worked on a range of intellectual property matters, including patent litigation in the software and medical device fields, copyright litigation, trade secret litigation in state court, and various patent and trademark prosecution projects.

Gina Nellesen | Former Fellowship Attorney
Gina Nellesen was a Patent Fellowship Attorney in Fish’s Silicon Valley office.  Ms. Nellesen drafts and prosecutes patents for academic institutions, corporations, and emerging life sciences companies.  She collaborates with scientists to capture new IP and builds patent landscapes to help clients understand the patentable space and areas with freedom-to-operate.

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