March 16, 2016
Fitch Even Partner Kendrew H. Colton was quoted in an article published online in the March 14th issue of Chemical & Engineering News, a publication of the American Chemical Society.
The article, titled "Royalties Suit Against Harvard Moves Ahead," discusses the decision by a U.S. District Court judge to allow key pieces of a lawsuit filed by a former Harvard University graduate student against the university over patent royalty distributions to go to trial.
Ken Colton has been practicing intellectual property law for over 30 years. His primary practice focus is counseling clients on a wide range of IP matters involving established and emerging chemical and biochemical technologies. Ken has been a member of the Chemical & Engineering News Advisory Board since 2012.
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