The world is full of mysteries, not least of which is the system whereby issues of the Bio-Science Law Review are numbered. We've just hit January 2005, but the IPKat's letterbox has just admitted "Volume 6 Issue 5 2003/2004" of that excellent publication. This issue contains, amon other things, the following features:
* David J. Faye (Borden Ladner Gervais, Toronto) considers the legal position regarding the exploitation of research tool patents in plant biotechnology;

* Olivier Lemaire (NautaDutilh, Brussels) writes on the protection accorded to regulatory data in the light of the ECJ ruling in C-106/01 Novartis v SangStat.
The BioSLR is published at intervals of approximately two months by Lawtext Publishing, who also publish the Information Technology Law Reports.
LATEST BIOSCIENCE LAW REVIEW LATEST BIOSCIENCE LAW REVIEW Reviewed by Jeremy on Saturday, January 01, 2005 Rating: 5

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