By Kevin E. Noonan — In the latest development in Interference No. 106,115 between Senior Party The Broad Institute, Harvard University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (collectively, “Broad”) and Junior Party The University of California/Berkeley, the University of Vienna, and Emmanuelle Charpentier (collectively, “CVC”), Broad filed its priority motion (which, as Senior Party they were not obliged to do). Broad’s brief is a hybrid: on the one hand establishing its dates of conception and actual reduction to practice, and on the other denigrating CVC’s claims of conception and reduction to practice. The latter portion of its argument hinges on…
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