Auteurs

David Mulder

Collaborateur senior

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Christian Dekoninck

Associé

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Dr. Anja Lunze, LL.M.

Associé

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Paul England, DPhil

Senior professional support lawyer

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Agnieszka Sztoldman

Collaborateur senior

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Auteurs

David Mulder

Collaborateur senior

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Christian Dekoninck

Associé

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Dr. Anja Lunze, LL.M.

Associé

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Paul England, DPhil

Senior professional support lawyer

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Agnieszka Sztoldman

Collaborateur senior

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9 novembre 2020

Pharmaceutical patent law – 1 de 2 Publications

Pharmaceutical patent law in times of crisis: A comparative study – Part 1

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What is the role of patent law in emergency situations like the current coronavirus pandemic? And what exceptions to the law are there under such circumstances?

In the first article of our two-part series written for the European Intellectual Property Review, our international team consider these questions and more on both a broad, European level and from the perspective of six national jurisdictions.

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Brevets et innovation

Pharmaceutical patent law in times of crisis: A comparative study – Part 1

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par plusieurs auteurs

Brevets et innovation

Pharmaceutical patent law in times of crisis: A comparative study – Part 2

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par plusieurs auteurs

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