In the late 1980s, the patent of the “Harvard mouse” opened the door to the patenting of animals both here and in Europe. Paul Clark was the patent lawyer who prosecuted the patent application on Harvard’s behalf.

Paul Clark recently retired from the IP boutique he founded in the 1990s. Read my interview with Paul in the latest edition of Voice of Experience, a publication of the Senior Lawyers Division of the American Bar Association. Paul talks about his career, taking the patent bar before biology was considered a science for the purposes of the patent bar, and what drew him to intellectual property.

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