5 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. [i] (2005-2006)
Suppression of Innovation or Collaborative Efficiencies: An Antitrust Analysis of a Research &(and) Development Collaboration That Led to the Shelving of a Promising Drug

handle is hein.journals/johnmars5 and id is 384 raw text is: THE JOHN MARSHALL
REVIEW OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

SUPPRESSION OF INNOVATION OR COLLABORATIVE EFFICIENCIES?: AN
ANTITRUST ANALYSIS OF A RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT COLLABORATION
THAT LED TO THE SHELVING OF A PROMISING DRUG
SAAMI ZAIN
ABSTRACT
This article discusses antitrust issues present in research and development
collaborations between competitors. In particular, it illustrates that, although often
very beneficial, these collaborations may have the potential for considerable harm via
suppression of innovation.  The article examines a recent case involving a
collaboration to develop drugs, which arguably resulted in the suppression of a
promising drug.

Copyright  2006 The John Marshall Law School

Cite as Saami Zain, Suppression of Innovation or Collaborative
Effieiencies?. An Antitrust Analysis of a Research & Development
Collaboration That Led to the Shelving ofa Promising Drug, 5 J.
MARSHALL REV. INTELL. PROP. L. 348 (2006).

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