Fabry

The 2010 Fabrazyme NIH Bayh-Dole march-in case https://www.keionline.org/cl/bayh-dole/fabrazyme The 2014 FTC complaint regarding collusion between Shire and Sanofi. https://www.keionline.org/22538

FTC approves Celgene acquisition of Juno without requiring divestitures

On Tuesday February 20, 2018, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission approved the Celgene acquisition of Juno, without requiring divestitures. The European Commission did not review the merger. KEI’s February 16, 2018 letter opposing the acquisition is available here. The following… Continue Reading

KEI asks FTC to block Celgene Acquisition of Juno​ Therapeutics, over BCMA-targeted CAR T treatment for Multiple Myeloma

On February 14, 2018, KEI meet with the FTC to express our opposition to Celgene’s proposed acquisition of Juno Therapeutics. Celgene-Juno-KEI-FTC16Feb2018 The Celgene acquisition of Juno Therapeutics would give Celgene control over competing candidates for the treatment of multiple myeloma… Continue Reading

Competition

USDOJ 2017 UPDATE OF THE ANTITRUST GUIDELINES FOR THE LICENSING OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY STANDARD SETTING AND COMPETITION November 8, 2012 COMPETITION, INNOVATION AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, April 26, 2012 CHAPTER 6 : COMPETITIVE ISSUES REGARDING PRACTICES THAT EXTEND THE MARKET POWER… Continue Reading

KEI asks FTC to investigate Shire decision to abandon efforts to compete in US market for Fabry’s disease treatments

July 15, 2014

Knowledge Ecology International (KEI) asks the FTC to investigate Shire decision to abandon efforts to compete in US market for Fabry’s disease treatments. Letter to FTC provides evidence of possible conspiracy to segment markets, involving licensing of an NIH funded invention for use in Europe, in return for abandoning efforts to enter US market.

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James Love, Knowledge Ecology International
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Resurrecting the Ghost of Høsbjør Past: Global Fund seeks to establish global framework on tiered pricing enforced by WTO rules

Informed sources have revealed that Mark Dybul, Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, is the brains behind an initiative to create global framework for the tiered pricing or in the Global Fund’s own words, “Equitable Access to Essential Medicines and Vaccines: Developing a Framework for Success”, enforced by the rules of the World Trade Organization. KEI has obtained this internal concept note prepared by the Global Fund which we understand is a work in progress.

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KEI Statement on India’s granting of compulsory license to patents on cancer drug sorafenib (NATCO Vs. BAYER)

The India Controller General Controller General of Patents, Designs & Trade Marks has just (March 12, 2012) issued an order granting a compulsory license to patents on the cancer drug sorafenib/Nexavar, in the matter of NATCO Vs. BAYER. A copy of the decision is attached below.

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