[clug] Soothing the Naysayers: Patents and the Australia-United
States Free Trade Agreement
david.tulloh at infaze.com.au
Mon Jul 5 05:28:00 GMT 2004
I went, Rusty was lurking up the back, everyone else looked like a lawyer.
It was very interesting but it was really a law talk for lawyers, it
focused on problems with the committee review procedure, touched on if
it was a good thing in a very broad sense and then moved into potential
implementation problems due to poor wording and vague statements.
Alex Satrapa wrote:
> On 29 Jun 2004, at 16:40, Rusty Russell wrote:
>> Soothing the Naysayers: Patents and the Australia-United States Free
>> Trade Agreement
>> Charles Lawson, Research Fellow, Griffith University
>> 5.30-7.00pm, Thursday, 1 July 2004
>> Staff Library, Faculty of Law, Fellows Rd, The Australian National
>> University, Canberra
> Did anyone manage to get to this presentation?
> "We never have definite knowledge of what needs to be done until we're
> finished and discover how wrong we were."
> -- Dan Burke and Alan Morrison, "Business @ The Speed Of Stupid"
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