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Lawyers back limited compulsory licensing

James Nurton, Boston

Delegates at the 41st AIPPI Congress have supported a resolution on public health that provides for an experimental use exception, a broader version of the US Bolar exception and compulsory licensing “in exceptional and strictly defined circumstances”

The resolution, which was supported by 102 national delegations with 10 voting against, is one of four that are being voted on during the Congress, which is being held this week.

The resolutions are the result of research on the...

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