Wright Bonilla Quoted on NIH March-In Rights

16 August 2010 BioWorld Insight News
Foley Partner Jacqueline Wright Bonilla was quoted in an article that appeared in BioWorld Insight on August 16, 2010 titled "If NIH Challenges Genzyme’s Patents, Does Anyone Care?" Wright Bonilla discusses a petition filed with the Department of Health and Human Services urging the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to exercises its march-in rights and grant an open license for the use of patents related to Genzyme Corp.’s Fabry disease drug Fabrazyme. She states that it is unlikely that the NIH would pursue an open license for Genzyme’s product because of the complexity of making biologics like Fabrazyme, adding that the agency has in fact never before exercised its march-in rights.

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