Greg Cordrey’s article was published in the November 2014 issue of the IP Litigator entitled, “Stay of Litigation Granted Due to Patent Owners Failure to Timely Respond.”
By Stan Gibson and Greg Cordrey Download the PDF: Can Your DNA Be Patented? The Supreme Court Draws A Delicate Balance This article was originally published in the Orange County Business Journal. In Ass’n for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc., the Supreme Court held that a naturally occurring, isolated segment of DNA is a product […]
Are Medical Diagnostic Tests Patentable? The Supreme Court Weighs in With Its Mayo v. Prometheus Decision By Stanley Gibson and Gregory Cordrey, Partners, Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP Reprinted with the permission of the Orange County Business Journal. Download the PDF: Are Medical Diagnostic Tests Patentable? The Supreme Court Weighs in With Its Mayo v. Prometheus […]
JMBM OC Litigation Newsletter Spring 2011 Patent False Marking Claims Prove Largely To Be A Nuisance Download the PDF: JMBM OC Litigation Newsletter–Patent False Marking Claims Prove Largely To Be A Nuisance Section 292 of the Patent Statute (Title 35) provides a civil penalty for falsely marking goods as being covered by a patent and […]
Greg Cordrey co-authored, "2002 Patent Law Decisions of the Federal Circuit" which appeared in American University Law Review, Vol. 891 in 2003.