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Davies Collison Cave | Australia | 27 Aug 2012

Apotex appeal fails: no implied license over Sanofi's copyright in leflunomide product information

The Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia has recently confirmed that Apotex did not have an implied licence to copy the Product Information (PI) for trade rival Sanofi's anti-arthritis drug, Arava (active ingredient leflunomide) for the purposes of obtaining TGA approval of Apotex's generic leflunomide products.


Davies Collison Cave | New Zealand, Australia | 30 May 2011

Three strikes policy for copyright infringement lands in New Zealand. Is Australia next?

The New Zealand parliament has amended the Copyright Act 1994 (NZ) to introduce a 'three strikes' policy towards infringing file sharing that will see repeat infringers fined NZ$15,000 or disconnected from the internet for up to six months.

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