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Slow but positive change? The evolution of section 3d

India01-04-2013Rahul Vartak

New definitions of efficacy are helping to clarify pharmaceutical patent challenges under the notorious Section 3d of the Indian Patents Act, says Rahul Vartak.

The European take on the Bolar provision: conclusions from Astellas v Polpharma

Poland01-04-2013Rafał Witek

While changes to European law seem to allow fairly broad exemptions to the patent law for companies developing generic alternatives to branded drugs, the reality is different, as Rafał Witek explains.

Twenty-one years of SPCs – a cause for celebration?


Gordon Wright reviews the key SPC cases as Europe’s SPC Regulation for medicinal products approaches its 21st birthday.

The likely role of the UPC in pharma patent litigation


The recent agreement on a Unified Patent Court in Europe raises questions for patent holders in all industries. Trevor Cook looks at the potential impact on pharmaceutical patent litigation.

Confidence in the face of counterfeits


When most people hear the word counterfeiting, they think of fashion, but as Bruce Longbottom of Eli Lilly and Company explains, drugs are a key target too.

Waiting to inhale: MannKind's diabetes strategy


For a young innovation company, IP protection is all about ensuring comprehensive coverage. LSIPR spoke to David Diamond of MannKind Corporation about its threats and opportunities.

Investigating insects: Oxitec's novel approach


Oxitec’s pioneering insect sterilisation technique could eradicate dengue fever and malaria and cut crop damage worldwide. LSIPR spoke to CEO Hadyn Parry about the company’s development and its approach to protecting its inventions.

Hub and spoke? Life sciences in Northern France


It seems an unlikely place for innovation, but Lille and its surroundings play host to a burgeoning life sciences industry. LSIPR visited to find out more.

Australia: the Myriad case


The Federal Court in Australia has ruled in Cancer Voices Australia v. Myriad Genetics that isolated genetic material is patentable in Australia. Karen Sinclair explains the relevant issues.

India: the Sunitinib case


Sugen’s patent for anti-cancer drug sunitinib has been revoked by the Indian Patent Office. Ranjna Mehta-Dutt and Swarup Kumar at Remfry & Sagar explain the details of the matter.

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