[Ip-health] NYU School of Law "Access to Medicine: The Role and Impact of U.S. Innovation Policy" Online Conference (Wed, March 10, 2021 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST
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NYU School of Law "Access to Medicine: The Role and Impact of U.S. Innovation Policy" Online Conference (Wed, March 10, 2021 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST)
An event co-hosted by the NYU Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law (JIPEL) and the Engelberg Center
About this Event
The COVID crisis has reminded us of the many ways in which the United States government is involved in developing and distributing live-saving medicine. This symposium will explore many of the tools available to help accelerate the pace of innovation and increase availability of medicines, as well as the merits of using those tools.
12:15 - Opening Remarks
12:30 - What Role Should Governments Play in Setting Rewards for Medical Innovation?
Professor Michael Abramowicz, GW LawProfessor Daniel Hemel, University of Chicago Law SchoolProfessor Bhaven Sampat, Columbia Mailman School of Public HealthProfessor Lisa Ouellette, Stanford Law School (moderator)
1:30 - Break
1:40 - Should the U.S. Government Actively Assert Its Own Patents?
Barry Datlof, U.S. Army Medical Research and Development CommandProfessor Amy Kapczynski, Yale LawDonna Meuth, EisaiZain Rizvi, Public CitizenChristopher Morten, NYU Law (moderator)
2:40 - Break
2:50 - Whether and How the U.S. Government Should Exercise its Compulsory Licensing Authority Under 28 U.S.C. § 1498 and the Bayh-Dole Act
Tahir Amin, I-MAKProfessor Rebecca S. Eisenberg, University of Michigan Law SchoolHenry Hadad, Bristol-Myers SquibbProfessor Rachel Sachs, Washington University in St. Louis School of LawProfessor Arti Rai, Duke Law (moderator)
3:50 - Break
4:00 - Assessing Strategies to Delay Generic Drug Entry
Professor Robin Feldman, UC Hastings Law SchoolJay Lefkowitz, Kirkland & EllisProfessor Sean Nicholson, Cornell UniversityJudge William G. Young, U.S. District Court for MassachusettsProfessor Scott Hemphill, NYU Law (moderator)
5:00 - Closing Remarks
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