Posts Tagged: Patented Drug


Restricting Patents on New Combinations and Uses of Medicines Makes No Sense

IP-skeptics charge that these inventions are little more than a way for pharmaceutical companies to cynically prolong patent life and maximize profits, without providing any meaningful innovation. …
By Philip Stevens & Jack Ellis
3 years ago 5

Winning the Drug Development Debate

We create two new companies around academic inventions every day of the year. The critical role such companies play in drug development is clear. The successful integration …
By Joseph Allen
3 years ago 0

Global IP Reaction to India’s Rejection of the Novartis Drug Patent

India’s booming $26 billion generic drug industry and public health sector rejoiced over the Indian Supreme Court’s recent decision to reject a patent filed by the …
By Lisa Kilday
7 years ago 1

A Primer on Paragraph IV Certifications: Into the Belly of the Hatch-Waxman Beast Part 1

In a moment of extreme weakness, I agreed to Gene’s request to doing a primer on Paragraph IV Certifications under the Drug Price Competition and Patent …
By Eric Guttag
7 years ago 1

Pharma Law and Business Roundup for March 2013

In response to the scandal over a fungal meningitis outbreak, the FDA has begun a crackdown on compounding pharmacies and targeting about 30 ‘high risk’ operations in nearly …
By Ed Silverman
7 years ago 0