International News - Focus on IP and Life Sciences -Winter 2010


In This Issue:

Focus On IP and Life Sciences:

Intellectual Property Planning and the Creation of Value By Rohan Massey and Peter Nias 4; Court Ruling Strikes Down Gene Patents on Appeal By William (Bill) Gaede 6; SPCs: Is a Simplistic System Becoming Too Complicated? By Hiroshi Sheraton and Robert Lundie Smith 8; Controlling and Processing Data in EU Clinical Trials By Rohan Massey and Paul Melot de Beauregard 10; and, An End to Free Pricing in the German Pharmaceuticals Market By Stephan Rau 12.


“Public Policy” and the Enforcement of Foreign Arbitration Awards in China By Henry Chen and B. Ted Howes 14; Initial Guidance on the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act By Andrew Stone and David Adler 16; New Massachusetts Law: The Start of a US Trend toward EU Privacy Principles in the Workplace? By Heather Egan Sussman and Alison Wetherfield 18; Dodd-Frank Act Effect on Non-US Investment Advisers By Edwin (Ted) Laurenson 20; Online Gambling Opened Up to Competition in France: Implications of Expected Reform By Patrice Corbiau and Mélanie Bruneau 21; And, Avoiding Those “Oh Sh!#” Moments By Eileen O’Connor 22.

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