- New Horizons in Intellectual Property series
Appendix – Interviews INDUSTRY 26 October 1998 – Mr Alan Hunter, Director of Law and Intellectual Property, Association of British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI); Place of interview: London, UK. 28 October 1998 – Mr Terry Crowther, Director, European Patent Operations, Lilly; Place of interview: Surrey, UK. 16 November 1998 – Mr Bill Tyrrell, European Patent Attorney, Corporate Intellectual Property, SmithKline Beecham; Place of interview: Brentford, Middlesex, UK. 25 November 1998 – Dr Alan Hesketh, Manager of Global Intellectual Property, GlaxoWelcome; Place of interview: Greenford, Middlesex, UK. 26 November 1998 – Mr David Wood, Director, European Patents Department, Pﬁzer; Place of interview: London, UK. 6 January 1999 – Mr Manual Campolini, Manager, International Intellectual Property & Environment Division, European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA); Place of interview: Brussels, Belgium. 5 February 1999 – Ms Lynne Sailor, Public Policy Consultant (freelance), Pﬁzer; Place of interview: London, UK. 15 February 1999 – Dr John Beton, Consultant Patent Attorney (Retired from ICI), Chairman of TRIPs Workgroup, Union of Industrial and Employersʼ Confederation of Europe (UNICE); Place of interview: Maidenhead, UK. 31 August 1999 – Second interview with Mr Bill Tyrrell, SmithKline Beecham; Place of interview: Brentford, Middlesex, UK. 31 August 1999 – Second interview with Dr Alan Hesketh, GlaxoWelcome; Place of interview: Greenford, Middlesex, UK. 16 November 1999 – Dr Harvey E. Bale, Director, International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA); Place of interview: Geneva, Switzerland. 18 November 1999 – Mr Brian A. Yorke, Head of Corporate Intellectual Property, Novartis; Place of interview: Basel, Switzerland. 24 November 1999 – Second interview with Mr Terry Crowther,...
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