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European Patent Office Amends Rules For Plant And Animal Patents
The patentability of plant and animal varieties has been a recurring topic of discussion over the years.
European Union
15 Aug 2017
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ECJ: Non-Fertilised Human Ovum Activated By Parthenogenesis Could Be Patentable
The European Court of Justice recently ruled in International Stem Cell Corporation that parthenogenetically activated non-fertilised human ova are not human embryos.
Netherlands
26 Jan 2015
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Nagoya Protocol Soon To Restrict Use Of Genetic Resources From Other Countries
The ‘Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization’ will enter into force on 12 October 2014.
Netherlands
17 Sep 2014
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Advocate General: The Use Of Unfertilised Human Ova Is Patentable
The Advocate General of the European Court of Justice recently opined that parthenogenetically activated unfertilised human ova are not human embryos.
Netherlands
17 Sep 2014
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ECJ Opens Door To SPCs For Safeners In Plant Protection Products
The European Court of Justice has decided that a safener can fall within the definition of an ‘active substance’ as outlined in Articles 1.8 and 3 of the Plant SPC Regulation.
European Union
17 Jul 2014
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Recent European Developments Regarding Supplementary Protection Certificates (SPCs)
The Court of Justice of the European Union again handed down some important decisions in an attempt to clarify the interpretation of Regulation 469/2009.
European Union
7 Apr 2014
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It Might Take Three To Bolar
The Düsseldorf Court of Appeal recently challenged established opinion that a third-party’s supply of ingredients to a generic pharmaceutical company for marketing research purposes is not covered by the Bolar exemption.
Netherlands
16 Feb 2014
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Health Care Concentrations: ACM Keeps Finger On Pulse?
The health care sector is likely to stay on the ACM's radar.
Netherlands
30 Apr 2013
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AkzoNobel Signs Agreement To Sell Its Shares In ICI Pakistan
De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek has advised AkzoNobel on reaching an agreement to sell its 75.81 percent shareholding in ICI Pakistan Limited to the Yunus Brothers Group for €124.4 million (subject to a net debt and interest adjustment).
Netherlands
11 Aug 2012
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The Healthcare Sector Under Scrutiny
The healthcare sector is one of the NMa's focus industries, which means it is subject to closer investigation.
Netherlands
10 Apr 2012
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AG's Opinion In Merck C-125/10: Zero/Negative Term SPC May Be Granted In Light Of Possibility To Obtain A Paediatric Extension
Advocate General Bot has delivered his opinion on a matter that has caused disharmony in Europe: zero/negative term SPCs. The Advocate General concluded in his opinion that a negative term SPC should indeed be granted. He further addressed an equally interesting point on the commencement date of the paediatric extension.
Netherlands
12 Jul 2011
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Opinion Of The ECJ Advocate General On Detaining In Transito Goods
In the Netherlands, the Anti-Piracy Regulation (APR) has also been applied to in transito goods.
Netherlands
28 Apr 2011
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