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Michael Buck IP | Australia, European Union | 22 Mar 2022

All is Fair in Love and War

In light of recent events, the Russian Federation issued a decree for a new methodology for compensating for patent infringement where a patentee…
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Mirandah Asia | Philippines | 14 Mar 2022

Philippines supports proposed TRIPS waiver of covid-19 intellectual property

The Philippines has voiced its support for the October 2020 proposal by India and South Africa for a brief waiver of the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property agreement with regards to intellectual property relating to covid-19. The proposal is for IP rights relating to covid-19 to be suspended until widespread vaccination is in place globally, and the majority of the world's......
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Gün + Partners | Turkey | 12 Dec 2021

Patent Rights on Vaccines: Looking For a Scapegoat For Vaccine Inequity

It is the common goal to get through the pandemic, which endangers the health of all of mankind, and for that, all have been watching for a vaccine…
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Osborne Clarke | Global | 3 Dec 2021

Trade secrets remain the sticking point in global debate over a vaccine IP waiver

A consensus on the vaccine IP waiver is yet to be reached, but will the Cancellation of WTO's 12th Ministerial Conference cause even more delay? The…
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Australia | 15 Nov 2021

Emma and Rebekah Talk IP: Making up for lost time: Patents, policy and medicine

In this podcast series, Australian partners Rebekah Gay and Emma Iles explore a variety of topics, issues and areas of intellectual property law. In…
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OMC Abogados & Consultores | Peru | 25 Oct 2021

Compulsory licensing in Peru: FAQs

Compulsory licences are authorisations granted by the state to enable any third party to use, commercialise and exploit the subject matter protected by a patent without the need to have the authorisation of the patent holder. In Peru, compulsory licensing is regulated by Resolution No. 002706-2019, Decision 486 and Legislative Decree 1075. This article answers FAQs about compulsory licensing......
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Steptoe & Johnson LLP | USA | 31 Aug 2021

Tensions Between Consensus and Voting in WTO Decision-Making - Part I: Appointing Appellate Body Members

There exists a deep-seated practice and tradition of resorting to consensus as the favoured means of decision-making at the World Trade Organization…
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RK Dewan & Co | India | 24 Aug 2021

What is a ‘Patent Waiver’ Anyway? How is it relevant during COVID’1

The “patent waiver” is a proposal to waive certain provisions of the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property (TRIPS) Agreement for three years…
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Cooney Lees Morgan | New Zealand | 20 Aug 2021

Out of step? A review of the Copyright (Parody and Satire) Amendment Bill

Humour is part of the New Zealand psyche. As a nation that is often reluctant to talk about the difficult issues in life, humour is an oft-used tool…
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Indochine Counsel | Vietnam | 2 Aug 2021

Compulsory Licensing of Patent Rights for Inventions Relating to Covid-19 Vaccines under the IP Law of Vietnam

In the context of the Covid-19 pandemic's renewed spread, several proposals for the temporary waiver of patent rights for inventions relating to…
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