The Post-pandemic IP Legal Order: Collaborative, Balanced and Inclusive

Sharing core norms and values
Posted Jul 11, 2020 | Center of International Governance Innovation, Myra Tawfik

The COVID-19 public health crisis highlights the inequities and biases in both international and domestic intellectual property (IP) regimes that were already being scrutinized before the pandemic. Myra Tawfik suggests in her article for the Center of International Governance Innovation that a post-pandemic legal order for IP will be built on collaboration, balance and inclusion and curb abuses that privilege the dominant players. Greater cooperation among countries will level the field and provide a fairer, stronger and more resilient system to ensure that IP facilitates solutions to intractable global challenges, with the climate crisis at the top of the list.


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