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AIPPI 2013: Pharmaceutical products and the trademark hiccup

EU07-09-2013

The annual International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property conference in Helsinki has been assessing the potential problems for pharmaceutical companies trying to brand their medicinal products.

BioEconomy Academy launches in Bangkok

Thailand04-09-2013

Law firm Rouse has teamed up with two organisations to open the BioEconomy Academy, an initiative aimed at boosting IP use and awareness in Thailand.

IPAB throws out Indian Vega trademarks

India02-08-2013

The Intellectual Property Appellate Board in Chennai has cancelled two trademarks associated with versions of Viagra.

Australian bid for OxyContin generic dismissed

Australia12-07-2013Legal developments

The Federal Court of Australia has dismissed Spirit Pharmaceutical’s bid to introduce a generic version of painkiller OxyContin.

IPAB sets aside Sutent patent rejection

India07-06-2013

India’s Intellectual Property Appellate Board has set aside a decision revoking a Pfizer-licensed patent directed to cancer drug Sutent.

Amgen and Astellas join forces in Japan

Japan, US30-05-2013

California-based biotechnology company Amgen has entered into a long-term partnership with Japanese pharmaceutical company Astellas Pharmas Inc to provide new medicines in Japan.

Mylan signs generic truce with Shionogi and Andrx

Japan, US15-03-2013

Generic drug maker Mylan has struck a deal with pharma companies Shionogi and Andrx to resolve a patent dispute over their diabetes drug Fortamet.

Australian Myriad ruling to face appeal

05-03-2013

Law firm Maurice Blackburn revealed on Monday that it will appeal against an Australian court decision that backed Myriad Genetics’ ownership of a human gene mutation linked to breast cancer.

BRICK nations catching up on patents, as Brazil looks to life sciences

Brazil, China, India, Russia, South Korea25-02-2013

In a report published by Thomson Reuters on February 20, the BRICK nations were shown to be filing almost as many patents as the G7 nations in 2011.

Australian court backs Myriad in human gene patent dispute

Australia18-02-2013

A judge at Australia’s Federal Court has upheld Myriad Genetics’ patent covering a human gene mutation linked to breast cancer, in the country’s first court ruling on whether isolated genes can be patented.

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