It's an issue that plagues many Americans; high prices of much-needed prescription drugs, and how to pay for them.
In this second part of an interview with radio host Mike Siegel on WBEN (Buffalo, NY), IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews continues his discussion on the reasons we know the Trump impeachment is political grandstanding. Further, he and the host discuss intellectual property and trade policies with China and Mexico.
In a conversation with KMED’s Bill Meyer, Merrill Matthews shares his thoughts on President Trump’s State of the Union address and how the administration is planning to combat rising drug prices-- and it’s not through Democrat-style price controls.
Talking with Mike Siegel, Merrill Matthews discusses President Trump’s State of the Union pledge to bring down the high cost of prescription drugs, which Matthews says can be done through renegotiating bilateral trade deals.
Dmitry Karshtedt, Associate Professor of Law, George Washington University Law School addresses legal issues of the intellectual property discussions.
Larissa Park, Partner, DLA Piper discusses artificial intelligence as it relates to patent protection.
Stephen Ezell, Vice President, Global Innovation Policy, The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation speaks on the role of the United Nations in patent protection.
Tom Galvin, Executive Director, Digital Citizens Alliance explains how piracy and malware are interrelated.
David Green, Vice President, Public Policy, NBCUniversal, Inc. demonstrates the interface between technology and piracy.
Brad Buckles, Executive Vice President, Anti-Piracy, Recording Industry Association of America explains the many economic enterprises that rely on piracy.