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In the first interview of our Creative Law Series, Dr Jason Rutt, Head of Patents at Rouse joins us on the WIPIT sofa to discuss the changing face of innovation in the pharmaceutical industry and the creative steps required of lawyers to address this. Amongst the issues discussed is the growth in personalised medicine, the patenting of genes and the protection of diagnostic methods both in the US and Europe.
Against this background, Dr Rutt promotes a collaborative approach to finding a solution with input from all stakeholders and gives us a little insight into further Grand Designs.
Tune-in to Dr Rutt and the Creative Law Series here.
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