Issue 4 of Legalease's excellent bimonthly Life Sciences, Law & Business has now been published. It contains, among other feaures, the following:

* "Regulatory affairs -- herbal remedies" by Joanne Wheeler and Genevieve Michaux of Covington & Burling. This article takes a look at the EU's new rules that, many people claim, are intended to squeeze the vigour out of the alternative medicine market and unfairly benefit the "traditional" pharmaceutical industry.

* "Patenting gene sequences -- technical knockout for Myriad" by Herbert Smith lawyer Gareth Morgan. This piece looks at European Patent Office practice in the light of the EPO's rejection of the recent Myriad application.

* "Interim injunctions -- branded v generics: a legal weapon", in which Simmons & Simmons' Paul Inman takes a critical look at current English practice.

The IPKat enjoys his little bimonthly dose of Life Sciences, Law & Business and hopes it carries on in the manner of its earliest beginnings.
LAW, LIFE AND BUSINESS ... LAW, LIFE AND BUSINESS ... Reviewed by Jeremy on Sunday, October 31, 2004 Rating: 5


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