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Professor Lambert Advises State and Federal Policymakers on Regulation

Professor Thom Lambert recently addressed policymakers at both the state and federal levels on principles for sound regulation. On October 26, Professor Lambert spoke to the general counsels and various staff members of Missouri regulatory agencies.  He discussed his recent book, How to Regulate: A Guide for Policymakers and offered advice on streamlining state regulations as part of regulatory reform efforts…

Professor Lietzan Speaks on Panel at Supreme Court IP Review

Professor Erika Lietzan recently served as a panelist at the Supreme Court IP Review held at the Chicago-Kent College of Law. She discussed Sandoz, Inc. v. Amgen. Inc., a case decided by the Supreme Court last June. In October 2014, Amgen, a biopharmaceutical company which manufactures Neupogen, an innovative bone marrow stimulant, sued Sandoz, a biopharmaceutical company which manufactures Zarxio,…

Professor Lambert Presents to Northwestern Law Faculty

Professor Thom Lambert recently served as the featured speaker for the faculty colloquium at Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law. The subject of the colloquium was his recently published book, How to Regulate: A Guide for Policymakers. The book, which examines the tradeoffs policymakers must confront in addressing market failures, sets forth a practical approach to regulating so as to…

Pan American Journal of Public Health Publishes Letter from Professor Lietzan

The Pan American Journal of Public Health published a letter from Professor Erika Lietzan, in which she responds to an article about Colombia’s pathways for approval of biosimilar biologics. A 2014 presidential decree in Colombia allowed for three pathways to market for biologics, and the earlier article, written by the country’s Minister of Health and Social Protection and his colleagues,…