March 31, 2010

Intellectual Property Protection and Innovation in Healthcare

From left: Congressman Dan Lungren, Grace-Marie Turner (President of the Galen Insitute), and Dr. Mark T. Esper (Executive Vice President of the GIPC).

Dr. Mark T. Esper (far right), executive vice president of the U.S. Chamber’s Global IP Center, participated in a panel discussion with Congressman Dan Lungren (far left), hosted by the Galen Institute, on the value of innovation in the healthcare industry and the importance of intellectual property rights protection.  Dr. Esper called on the Obama Administration to deliver the national IP strategy this summer to better enhance our enforcement tools and efforts to curb IP theft. To learn more about this event, please click here.


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