CPTech's Page on Intellectual Property Rights

Selected Documents:

April 21, 2006. Michelle Childs. The Consumer Project on Technology's Initial Comments to the Gowers Review of Intellectual Property Law in the UK.
April 12, 2006. Judit Rius Sanjuan. CPTech Discussion Paper No. 1. US and EU Protection of Pharmaceutical Test Data.
April 3, 2006. Judit Rius Sanjuan. CPTech Discussion Paper No. 2. Patent-Registration Linkage.
March 27, 2006. James Love. CPTech Comments on the US-Korea Free Trade Agreement.
March 27, 2006. Michelle Childs. CPTech Comments on DG Internal Market and Services Working paper. First evaluation of Directive 96/9/EC on the legal protection of databases.
March, 2006. James Love in Real Health News, no. 4. WHO to Debate Global R&D "Framework."
March, 2006. Judit Rius Sanjuan. Response to 2006 PhRMA "Special 301" Submission for Chile.
February 21, 2006. Thiru Balasubramaniam. Civil Society Coalition Statement to the Provisional Committee on Proposals related to a WIPO Development Agenda.
2005. James Love. Paper published by the World Health Organization. Health Economics and Drugs, TCM Series No. 18. Remuneration Guidelines for Non-Voluntary Use of a Patent on Medical Technologies.
2005. James Love and Tim Hubbard. Essay published as a chapter of the book Code by Rishab Aiyer Ghosh. (MIT Press.) Paying for Public Goods.
October 28, 2005. James Love in the Financial Times. A better way of stockpiling emergency medicines.
February, 2004. James Love and Tim Hubbard's article in PLoS Biology. A New Trade Framework for Global Healthcare R&D
October 29, 2003. Note from James Love on the Proposed WIPO Treaty for Broadcasters, Cablecasters and Webcasters
December 19, 2001. FTC Notice of meeting on the Hague Convention.
December 10, 2001 request by Michael Palmedo to discuss issue of the first sale doctine.
November 28, 2001. Costs of Human Use Clinical Trials: Surprising Evidence from the US Orphan Drug Act.
November 10, 2001. Letter from James Love to US Trade Representative Robert Zoellick regarding trade negotiations at Doha.
October 7, 2001. Request that WHO seek compulsory
licenses for 5 essential antiretrovial products in Sub-Saharan Africa
September 29, 2001. Examples of Compulsory Licensing in the United States.

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