Sarah J. Sawyer

Sarah J. SawyerClass of 2017
Articles Editor, Volume 42
Staff Member, Volume 41

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TPP provides controversial new IP rights for biological drugs

Representatives of the United States and the eleven other parties to the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreed on groundbreaking protections for intellectual-property rights in biological drugs. But the standards are uneven, the result of eleventh-hour negotiations whose details remain largely secret.


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No Comments | Posted by Sarah J. Sawyer on Wed. October 14, 2015 3:07 PM
Categories: Free Trade, Intellectual property, Medical Markets, United States, WikiLeaks, World Trade Organization
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