Access to information a hot topic in international IP for 2014

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin (column)  Jan. 6, 2014

In 2014, the global IP law profession will face increasing demand for greater public access to diverse intellectual property-protected works, says Professor Doris Estelle Long.  From access to medicines and technology, to free speech, to a generalized right to access to “information,” the scope of protections afforded diverse intellectual property rights in 2014 will be increasingly contested under exceptions and limitations granted in support of these rights.

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