In his article for Intellectual Asset Management (IAM), Life Sciences Reporter Adam Houldsworth discusses the weaknesses in the US patent system that enable the “thorny” problem of patent thickets. MGA’s report, “How Patent Thickets Constrain the US Biosimilars Market and Domestic Manufacturing,” was featured heavily in the article to provide evidence of the growing problem.
In a new BioWorld article, Mari Serebrov discusses efforts by Congress to control US prescription drug prices. Interviewed for the article was MGA’s Alex Brill, who talks about the potential side effects of such efforts.
In Intellectual Asset Management (IAM), Fresenius Kabi Intellectual Property Chief Rachel Moodie discusses the worsening problem of patent thickets in the U.S. biosimilars market. Featured in the article is MGA’s report on patent thickets, as well as a quote from MGA’s Christy Robinson, who voiced her concern regarding the future of the biosimilars market.
The Center for Biosimilars has announced that MGA’s recent report, “How Patent Thickets Constrain the US Biosimilars Market and Domestic Manufacturing,” was the top-read article on its website for the week of June 14, 2021.
On Thursday, The Center for Biosimilars, a sister site of The American Journal of Managed Care, published an article discussing the differences between the patent systems in the United States and Europe when it comes to biosimilars. The article featured the latest report released by MGA, and authored by Alex Brill and Christy Robinson, titled “How Patent Thickets Constrain the US Biosimilars Market and Domestic Manufacturing”:
In his Forbes article, Personal Finance Contributor Ted Knutson discussed Tuesday’s Senate Committee on Finance hearing that focused on climate change tax reform. During the hearing, leaders on both sides of the aisle asserted that new clean energy laws should be technology neutral, so that no one industry “wins.”
On fee.org, the website for the Foundation for Economic Education, author Brad Polumbo reported on Alex Brill’s estimates of the true cost of the American Rescue Plan.
Alex Brill was recently quoted in Rachel Bucchino’s article on nationalinterest.org, “Joe Biden Is Leading the Charge on a Big Global Tax Hike.” The article examines Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s work on a global minimum tax for multinational corporations.
This week, three publications in the healthcare policy and regulatory affairs industries referenced MGA’s recent report on the potential savings from accelerating US approval of complex generics.
“‘The nursing home COVID crisis in New York and New Jersey and Connecticut from the beginning of the pandemic, things are different and way better there. But as the pandemic is spreading throughout the country, we’re going to see it pop up in other nursing homes’ Brill said.”