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Expediting the COVID response: how intellectual property regulators and tribunals have stepped up

IP lawyers welcomed the new processes to help pandemic-related health products get to market faster

Expediting the COVID response: how intellectual property regulators and tribunals have stepped up

With an unprecedented rate of medical innovation during the pandemic, regulators and tribunals have released expedited processes to help prevent legal decisions from slowing down the COVID-19 response.

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