Patent law proposals to bring clinical trials back to the UK
New patent law proposals laid in Parliament could result in clinical trials being brought back to the UK. Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s experts address some of the key points and take a look at what they could mean for businesses within the industry.
A previous Alerter reported on a consultation being undertaken by the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) on extending the various exemptions from patent infringement, for acts done for the purposes of obtaining marketing authorisation for medicinal products.
At present, there are two principal exemptions…
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