2022 The Role of IP in the Biopharmaceutical Sector

FTI Consulting were commissioned by Interpat and IFPMA to conduct the attached study following the response to Covid-19 and how IP played a critical role.

INTERPAT Innovation Seminar 23rd – 24th November 2021

The Interpat Innovation Seminar was held virtually this year, in association with Daniel Law and in conjunction with AFIDRO, CorralRosales, USFQ and Universidad El Bosque. Despite not meeting in person this even was able to host a wide range of discussions and debate on the Innovation Ecosystem in Colombia, Compulsory License and Recent Developments and Patent Prosecution and Linkage to name just a few. The Interpat Innovation Seminar was translated into Spanish, Portuguese and English and recordings of the two days will be posted shortly.

KEY FINDINGS: Value of IP for health and growth. The economic benefits of strengthening the environment for innovation in Brazil

A study conducted by Charles River Associates (CRA) to identify and quantify the economic benefits from strengthening the environment for innovation in Brazil. The objective of the study is to set out the policy framework supporting innovation in Brazil and the current state of innovative activity; undertaking a case study analysis on countries, outside the LatAM region, with potential lessons from other countries which may represent an opportunity for Brazil and to develop scenarios as to how innovative activity could change in Brazil.

Mexico Study – Full Report & Executive

Summary interpat and AMIIF asked Charles River Associates (CRA) to identify and quantify the economic benefits from strengthening the environment for innovation in Mexico. The objective of the study is to set out the policy framework supporting innovation in Mexico and the current state of innovative activity; undertaking a case study analysis on countries, outside the LatAM region, with potential lessons from other countries which may represent an opportunity for Mexico and to develop scenarios as to how innovative activity could change in Mexico, if policies adopted in other countries were pursued. The approach builds on similar analysis applied to Argentina in 2018 and Brazil in 2019.

The economic impact of changing the environment for innovation in Argentina-Applying the lessons of Asia to Latin America

The economic impact of changing the environment for innovation in Argentina-Applying the lessons of Asia to Latin America

KEY FINDINGS: Value of IP for health and growth. The economic benefits of strengthening the environment for innovation in Colombia

A study conducted by Charles River Associates (CRA) to identify and quantify the economic benefits from strengthening the environment for innovation in Colombia. The objective of the study is to set out the policy framework supporting innovation in Colombia and the current state of innovative activity; undertaking a case study analysis on countries, outside the LatAM region, with potential lessons from other countries which may represent an opportunity for Colombia and to develop scenarios as to how innovative activity could change in Colombia.

Joint IPO/Interpat white paper Submission to SPC on the Determination of Post-Filing Experimental Data

Interpat and IPO submitted a white paper to the Supreme People’s Court concerning Post Filing Data.

Joint Association Comments on China 4th Patent Law Amendment 22nd Dec 2015

KEY FINDINGS: Value of IP for health and growth. The economic benefits of strengthening the environment for innovation in Mexico

Interpat and AMIIF asked Charles River Associates (CRA) to identify and quantify the economic benefits from strengthening the environment for innovation in Mexico. The objective of the study is to set out the policy framework supporting innovation in Mexico and the current state of innovative activity; undertaking a case study analysis on countries, outside the LatAM region, with potential lessons from other countries which may represent an opportunity for Mexico and to develop scenarios as to how innovative activity could change in Mexico, if policies adopted in other countries were pursued. The approach builds on similar analysis applied to Argentina in 2018 and Brazil in 2019.