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USTR: Don’t let opposition to TRIPS waiver expansion stop here

Today, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative urged the World Trade Organization to postpone making a decision on expanding the TRIPS …

U.S. Senate Unanimously Passes the Patents for Humanity Act of 2022

This week, the Senate took a major step toward bolstering America’s innovative ecosystem with the unanimous passage of the Patents for Humanity …

IP: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

The holidays are just around the corner, and many Americans have already started searching for the perfect gifts. And while they may …

With an Eye Toward Innovation, China’s Xi Packs Gov’t as U.S. Lacks Innovation Commitment

Chinese President Xi Jinping recently made his strategic priorities abundantly clear as he stacked the highest levels of government with experts in biotechnology, semiconductors, …

On TRIPS waiver extension, America must stand up — not stand by

A joint WTO communication released by Mexico and Switzerland earlier this month reveals just how senseless a proposed patent waiver for Covid-19 …

Don’t suspend IP protections on Covid-19 diagnostics and therapeutics

By December 17, the World Trade Organization TRIPS Council is obligated to decide whether to extend the current waiver on Covid-19 vaccines to therapeutics and …

Intellectual property rights are the heroes of America’s innovation story

It’s no secret that the film industry looks different than it did when I worked in Hollywood decades ago. Gone are the …

It’s time to support today’s Edisons

Not since the days of Thomas Edison — the prolific innovator who patented the incandescent lightbulb and a record 1,092 other breakthroughs …

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