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Lawsuit Heats Up Over Patent on Common Prenatal Test, American Medical News

Under the headline "Lawsuit heats up over patent on common prenatal test," business editor Greg Borzo reports on the "coalition" that has been formed to help Kaiser Permanente in it's lawsuit to invalidate a patent involving a prenatal test. Morrison & Foerster Attorney Michael Jacobs, who is representing Kaiser, is quoted in the article discussing cost as a reason parties will "pay rather than fight" a patent infringement case.

For the entire article, please see page C2 of the New York Times, December 25, 1997.



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