Emory Fires Patent Suit At Biotech Co, Former Exec

Law360, New York (January 25, 2006, 12:00 AM EST) -- Emory University has taken on a biogenetics company and its former director of business development, alleging the company violated its patents and that the ex-executive allowed this infringement to take place.

Emory and licensing partner Microbe Guard Inc. have filed a patent infringement suit against Nova BioGenetics and former executive vice president and director of business development Timothy Moses, claiming that Nova’s products infringe three patents held by the University and licensed to Microbe Guard.

The patents were issued to two inventors in 1999 and then...
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