Peter Fasse is a principal in the Boston office of Fish & Richardson P.C. His practice emphasizes client counseling and patent prosecution in a wide variety of technologies, with an emphasis on healthcare, medical devices, and other biological and medical fields as well as various green technologies. Peter helps clients from startups to multinationals to develop competitive worldwide patent strategies and to establish solid and defensible patent portfolios. He performs competitive patent analyses, identifies third-party patent risks, and provides patentability and freedom to operate opinions. Peter also has experience in opposing and defending patents before the European Patent Office and in U.S. litigation and post-grant proceedings.
Mr. Fasse has experience in various fields including medical therapeutics, diagnostics, devices, and imaging, microfluidic systems, liquid biopsy, nucleic acid sequence analysis systems and software, cell culturing and bioprocessing, molecular biology, complex biomedical systems, optics, machine tools, and lasers. Specific applications relate to, e.g., cancer antibodies, RNAi and CRISPR therapeutics, engineered AAV systems, microfluidic analysis of circulating tumor and fetal cells, cell-free DNA analysis, next generation sequence analysis, CO2 laser systems, 3D printing, e.g., of tissues, human and bacterial genes and polypeptides, dendritic cell- and DNA- based vaccines, nanoparticle and vector-based delivery of therapeutic agents including AAV delivery of DNA to eye and ear tissues, automated blood analysis systems, nucleic acid probes, tissue engineering, infusion pumps, biochips, laser ablation devices, cellulose processing for ethanol production, CO2 recycling power plants, implantable drug delivery devices and microcapsules, ultrasound probes, wind and solar power, cytokines such as IL-8 and PF4, and diagnostic and therapeutic methods for, e.g., AIDS, cancer, autism, diabetes, psoriasis, and arthritis.
In litigation and European opposition matters, Mr. Fasse has represented clients in a variety of patent infringement suits and trade secret misappropriation cases. Specific subject matter at issue included, e.g., cancer therapeutics (Erbitux), cardiac biomarkers, cell culturing systems, methods of treating arthritis (CTL4Ig), dental implants, hook and loop fastener systems, computer-controlled medical infusion pumps, and fiberglass casting materials.
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