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May 03, 2006

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My analysis of 3 pharmaceutical cases that arose under the Hatch-Waxman act (paragraph IV certification) can be found at http://www.aapsj.org (see vol.7, #72)

Thanks for the link to the article. Let me also point out that there is a website about the project at: http://dotank.nyls.edu/communitypatent. The paper is posted there as a wiki and comments and changes are welcome on the wiki or via email.

The Patent Office will shortly announce a public meeting on May 12 to announce the launch of the pilot project described in the article. They plan to create an online system for peer review of patent applications. Please visit the Community Patent website for more info. I'll post a link to the USPTO announcement when it goes up.

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