Moving in the Right Direction: Cocrystals and the FDA

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Using Solid Form Patents to Protect Pharmaceutical Products — Part I

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Using Solid Form Patents to Protect Pharmaceutical Products — Part II

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NEWS & EVENTS

EVENTS
SSCI Short-Course Series in Pharmaceutical Solids
cambridge, MA
April 2-3, 2019
A two-day pharmaceutical training course that will develop and broaden your knowledge of pharmaceutical solids will be presented. SSCI professionals will discuss methods and advancements of pharmaceutical materials science, faster drug development and intellectual property. Throughout the course, there will be opportunities to meet with SSCI experts. Eyal Barash of Barash Law LLC is an invited speaker on patent aspects of pharmaceutical solids.
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EVENTS
PPXRD Symposium on IP Rights and Counterfeit Drugs
Switzerland
Paul Scherrer institute
may 9-12, 2019
Eyal Barash will be speaking at the 16th Pharmaceutical Powder X-Ray Diffraction Symposium on Intellectual Property Rights and Counterfeit Drugs. This forum featuring various speakers will include sharing of knowledge and ideas on the combined fields of XRD and pharmaceutical sciences. The symposium is followed by a workshop with useful applications of X-Ray analysis in the study of pharmaceutical materials. Deadline for registration to attend is April 15th.
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QUESTIONS ANSWERED

What is a solid form?

A solid form is the solid representation of a chemical compound.  Examples include polymorphs, salts, solvates, hydrates, cocrystals, and amorphous solids.

Why patent solid forms?

Solid forms are compositions of matter and Orange-Book listable as drug substance.  When the science is right, patenting follows.

How do you patent a solid form?

The same rules apply to solid forms as to any other inventions.  Careful attention should be paid to the kinds and quality of data used in solid form patents.

WHAT WE DO

pharmaceutical patents

Orange-Book Listable Patents Add Value

deals


Intellectual Property as Deal Currency

ip strategy and execution

A Strategy Requires a Realistic Plan

in-house
counsel

Legal Functionality as a Business Driver