KISCH IP
At van Rooy

At van Rooy is a Director and Patent Attorney at Kisch IP. His expertise includes: Patent litigation; Plant Breeders’ Rights and Plant Variety protection and litigation; Patent filing, prosecution and litigation in life sciences, including pharmaceuticals, veterinary sciences, medical sciences, biotech, biochemical sciences, microbiological sciences; Filing and prosecuting Plant Breeders’ Rights (PBR) locally and internationally
Drafting agreements pertaining to plant, biological material, genetically modified organisms and bio-prospecting; Execution and oversight of Anton-Piller orders in the field of intellectual property; Regulatory matters under: Act 101 (‘Medicines Act’), PBR Act, Plant Improvement Act, Agricultural Pests Act and Genetically Modified Organisms Act; Intellectual property law and intellectual property auditing; Design filing, prosecution and litigation (local and international); Technical expertise includes: Life sciences, pharmaceuticals, veterinary sciences, medical sciences, biotech, biochemical sciences, microbiological sciences, plant breeders’ rights and genetically modified organisms

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Supreme excellence in patent litigation
Supreme excellence in patent litigation

Sun Tzu, in his renowned work “Art of War” said, that “[t]o fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists in breaking down the enemy’s resistance without fighting.” Pyrrhus of Epirus, a Greek king who was undone by his…

The persistent and the vexatious – The ersatz litigant
The persistent and the vexatious – The ersatz litigant

It is a tale as old as time if you are an ersatz litigator – you lose once, you try again, regardless of merit and good faith. The notorious second, third and fourth bite at the cherry. Litigation is an expensive exercise for all parties involved especially in view of the…

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