EXPERT VIEW: Recent Cases Lift Pharma Confidence In India IP Protection
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Dr. Jonathan Atkinson, member of the board of HGF Ltd, the UK-based intellectual property law firm, has seen a steady pick-up in confidence in India's intellectual property rights (IPR) regime amid a string of critical judgments concerning Big Pharma over the recent past.
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