Chopper’s Politics Podcast: Lockdowns, press ups and should MPs work at home as Coronavirus spreads?

Subscribe to Chopper’s Politics for free: https://playpodca.st/chopper Social distancing means the Red Lion is sadly out of the question, but the show goes on – Christopher Hope speaks to the Telegraph’s Political Editor Gordon Rayner about how the outbreak will affect Brexit, and the true impact of the emergency Coronavirus Bill. Plus Labour MP Bambos … Read more Chopper’s Politics Podcast: Lockdowns, press ups and should MPs work at home as Coronavirus spreads?

EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier announces he tested positive for coronavirus

1. SOUNDBITE (French) Michel Barnier, EU’s chief negotiator for bloc’s future relationship with Britain after Brexit:I feel as well cqn be expected, confined strictly to my home, and I would like to take this moment to say a word of solidarity and support for all the very, very many families who are affected by this … Read more EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier announces he tested positive for coronavirus

Conceptual Framing – Kathy Liddell

On Saturday 7 March 2020, the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) held the Annual Spring Conference 2020 entitled ‘Is IP Good for Our Health?’. This conference brought together practitioners, scholars and policymakers to examine the latest decisions, research and political developments in intellectual property and health. For more information about the conference … Read more Conceptual Framing – Kathy Liddell

Has the EU incentive for drug repositioning been effective? An empirical analysis – John Liddicoat

On Saturday 7 March 2020, the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) held the Annual Spring Conference 2020 entitled ‘Is IP Good for Our Health?’. This conference brought together practitioners, scholars and policymakers to examine the latest decisions, research and political developments in intellectual property and health. For more information about the conference … Read more Has the EU incentive for drug repositioning been effective? An empirical analysis – John Liddicoat

Inventive step in patent law after Actavis v ICOS – Katherine Moggridge

On Saturday 7 March 2020, the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) held the Annual Spring Conference 2020 entitled ‘Is IP Good for Our Health?’. This conference brought together practitioners, scholars and policymakers to examine the latest decisions, research and political developments in intellectual property and health. For more information about the conference … Read more Inventive step in patent law after Actavis v ICOS – Katherine Moggridge

Reconciling Competition and IP Law: Patented Pharmaceuticals and Dominance Abuse – Wolf Sauter

On Saturday 7 March 2020, the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) held the Annual Spring Conference 2020 entitled ‘Is IP Good for Our Health?’. This conference brought together practitioners, scholars and policymakers to examine the latest decisions, research and political developments in intellectual property and health. For more information about the conference … Read more Reconciling Competition and IP Law: Patented Pharmaceuticals and Dominance Abuse – Wolf Sauter

Exhaustion, parallel trade and Brexit – Katharine Stephens

On Saturday 7 March 2020, the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) held the Annual Spring Conference 2020 entitled ‘Is IP Good for Our Health?’. This conference brought together practitioners, scholars and policymakers to examine the latest decisions, research and political developments in intellectual property and health. For more information about the conference … Read more Exhaustion, parallel trade and Brexit – Katharine Stephens

Drugs and competition law – Chris Stothers

On Saturday 7 March 2020, the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) held the Annual Spring Conference 2020 entitled ‘Is IP Good for Our Health?’. This conference brought together practitioners, scholars and policymakers to examine the latest decisions, research and political developments in intellectual property and health. For more information about the conference … Read more Drugs and competition law – Chris Stothers

Is recent patent case-law good for precision medicine? – Mateo Aboy

On Saturday 7 March 2020, the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) held the Annual Spring Conference 2020 entitled ‘Is IP Good for Our Health?’. This conference brought together practitioners, scholars and policymakers to examine the latest decisions, research and political developments in intellectual property and health. For more information about the conference … Read more Is recent patent case-law good for precision medicine? – Mateo Aboy

Overview and update of EU and US regulatory exclusivities – Trevor Cook

On Saturday 7 March 2020, the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) held the Annual Spring Conference 2020 entitled ‘Is IP Good for Our Health?’. This conference brought together practitioners, scholars and policymakers to examine the latest decisions, research and political developments in intellectual property and health. For more information about the conference … Read more Overview and update of EU and US regulatory exclusivities – Trevor Cook