Robinson Bradshaw

Month: August 2014

Medical Organizations Can’t Shape the Rules for Admitting Expert Testimony

A little more than a year ago I wrote a post about the then-new Recommendations for Reporting of Incidental Findings in Clinical Exome and Genome Sequencing from the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG). Those Recommendations (since modified somewhat) proposed that whenever a patient undergoes whole-genome or whole-exome sequencing (WES) for any purpose, […]

New Article on Myriad Litigation and the Company’s Evolving Strategy

GLR editor John Conley has just co-authored a new article in the North Carolina Journal of law & Technology about Myriad Genetics’ response to last summer’s Supreme Court case that invalidated its broadest gene patents. The article focuses on Myriad’s business decision to rely less on patents and more on its vast proprietary database, especially […]

Long-Awaited Announcement from the FDA on LDTs

On July 31, 2014, the FDA gave Congress notice that in the next 60 days it would be announcing draft guidelines on the regulation of laboratory developed tests (LDTs). This topic has been discussed on the Genomics Law Report frequently for years. [You can access the previous coverage here]. The “Anticipated Details of the Draft […]