Piracy and pharma patents in the Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic will crack down on the widespread pirated streaming of copyright-protected content, and pharma patents may not protect much without salty claims
Piracy is a criminal offense in the Dominican Republic, but it is rarely enforced. The consequence is a fine and up to three years in prison.
Jaime Angeles, partner at Angeles Pons, says a way to deter pirates and impose...
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