SCOTUS Says No To Human Genes Patents

Should isolated genes (i.e., genes separated from surrounding genetic material) be considered "products of nature" and, therefore, ineligible for patent protection under U.S. law? The Supreme Court, in a recent 9-0 decision, said "yes." The...

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UT Unveils Upgraded “T” Bus Fleet

The University of Tennessee, a client of LuedekaNeely, recently unveiled a fleet of 20 new, energy-efficient buses that will serve the Knoxville campus. The buses run on high-efficiency biodiesel fuel and are loaded with the latest technology, including GPS...

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Luedeka Neely Named Top 100 Trademark Firm (Again)

Luedeka Neely has again ranked among the top 100 U.S. trademark firms, according to a survey conducted by Intellectual Property Today, a monthly publication that addresses legal issues in patent, trademark and copyright law. Firms are ranked according to the number...

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