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IP Literature Watch: February 2022

February 24, 2022
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Among the papers featured in this month’s IP Literature Watch are a paper examining  how the US Patent Office has dealt with antibody patents over approximately two decades; an article explaining how the standard developed in the Supreme Court’s Actavis decision can be adapted and applied to trademark cases; a paper exploring whether the simultaneous release of information affects managers’ ability to gather decision-relevant information from market prices; an article that addresses whether Congress has the authority to issue patents on AI-produced inventions; and an article from CRA Life Sciences consultants examining the role of the TRIPS Agreement in encouraging diffusion of pharmaceutical technology to developing countries.

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