John Marshall Law School Symposium, Nov. 8th: The Intersection of IP and Public Health
The Review of Intellectual Property Law (RIPL) at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, will host its Annual Symposium on Friday, November 8, 2013. The topic: "The Intersection of IP and Public Health." Schedule here. Register here. Speakers listed below.
"A Scientific Approach to IP: Innovation, Access, and a Forgotten Corner of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights," Adam Houston, Human Rights Advocate, Vancouver Island Human Rights Coalition..
"Regulatory Competitive Shelters in the Regulation of Biomedical Technologies," Yaniv Heled, Assistant Professor of Law, Georgia State University.
"Patenting Identities: The Other Side of Myriad," Shubha Ghosh, Vilas Research Fellow & Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin.
"Drugged Out: How Cognitive Bias Hurts Drug Innovation," Cynthia Ho, Clifford E. Vickrey Research Professor, Loyola University School of Law.
Kevin Noonan, Partner, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP, Founding author, Patent Docs Weblog.
"Social Justice Meets Property Law: Realigning Patent Law’s Asymmetric Contour in Novartis. v. Union of India & Others," Saby Ghoshray, PhD, President, Interdisciplinary Studies.
"Pinwheel of Fortune," James Chen, Professor, Justin Smith Morrill Chair in Law, Michigan State University.
"Adopting Pharmacogenomics and Parenting Repurposed Molecules under the Orphan Drug Act: A Cost Dilemma," David C. Babaian, University of Washington.
"Patenting Drugs in Canada: Differences and Dividing Lines North and South of the Border," Nancy P. Pei, Partner, Smart & Biggar/Fetherstonhaugh.
"Analyzing Trade Agreements' Effects on Access to Medicine in Jordan," Bashar H. Malkawi, Associate Professor of Law, American University of Sharjah.
"Implementing and Enforcing Intellectual Property Rights In West Africa," Ganiyou Gassikia.