The Pharmaceutical Intellectual Property and Competition Law Review – Update: Christopher Weber und Dr. Benjamin Pesch publish on recent developments in intellectual property and competition law in the pharmaceutical sector in Germany
This latest 4. edition of The Pharmaceutical Intellectual Property and Competition Law Review, our partner Christopher Weber and our counsel Dr Benjamin Pesch have published another chapter on current developments in the German market, based on their expertise in the pharmaceutical sector.
In Chapter 5, they provide an update on the general principles and recent developments in intellectual property and competition law in the pharmaceutical sector in Germany. A detailed insight into the German chapter can be found here.
Excerpts of the publication are also published as part of our partnership on Lexology. If you are interested in a bound copy of the book, please contact our two authors:
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