Protection

Compulsory Licence for Saxagliptin: Protection versus Competition Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Compulsory Licence for Saxagliptin: Protection versus Competition by Veena Keshav Pailwar.

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Case Name :      Compulsory Licence for Saxagliptin: Protection versus Competition
Authors :           Veena Keshav Pailwar
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B16M136 / W16536
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    12 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In June 2015, Lee Pharma Limited, a small Indian pharmaceutical company, filed an application with the Indian Patent Office for a grant of a compulsory licence to manufacture the diabetes drug Saxagliptin on the grounds that the patented version of the drug had not been made available to the public at an affordable price. The granting of a compulsory licence was expected to make the drug more affordable for the general public, but it would also undermine the interests of the patentee, a Western multinational company. If the developed world imposed sanctions against India in retaliation for such a protectionist measure, the flow of trade and foreign capital into the country would be adversely affected. Should the patent office strictly enforce the patent regime, which would encourage higher foreign capital inflows in research and development in the Indian pharmaceutical industry and promote inventions and innovations in the country? Or should it grant the compulsory licence, thereby attaching greater weight to the welfare of India’s general public?
 
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Case Solution for Broad Air Conditioning and Environmental Protection

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Case Name :      Broad Air Conditioning and Environmental Protection
Authors :           Paul W. Beamish, Zhi Yi He, Meng Sun
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            904M34
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    12 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Broad Air Conditioning, a Chinese company with a proactive environmental attitude, suffers from deteriorating financial results. The company founder and CEO must decide whether to start producing electricity-powered air conditioners to improve its financial results easily or stick to its ideal and only manufacture machines powered by heat. Focuses on corporate social responsibility by discussing the relationship between company benefits and environmental protection–especially in developing countries.
 
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Case Solution for Wildfire Protection: Conflict in the Bitterroot National Forest

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Case Name :      Wildfire Protection: Conflict in the Bitterroot National Forest
Authors :           Tom D. Hinthorne, Patricia A. Holman
Source :             North American Case Research Association (NACRA)
Case ID :            NA0105
Discipline :        Strategy
Case Length :    15 pages
Solution sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
The case features a dispute between the US Forest Service and conservation groups over forest management practices on the Bitterroot National Forest in Montana. The conservation groups sued the Forest Service in US District Court and the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Court with the Forest Service eventually winning on the issues. However, in August 2008, Dave Bull, the Forest Service Supervisor, was frustrated with the recurrent conflicts that impeded the Forest Service’s ability to pursue important forest management projects (e.g., fuel reduction projects to protect people’s lives and properties). Dave’s staff of 145 people spent 80% of its time on data collection and analysis, much of it preparing for anticipated lawsuits, and 20% on project implementation. Dave wanted to reverse those numbers, but after 50 years of conflict, he was not sure where to start. He felt he needed a strategy to improve collaboration, but that carried some risks. If he made things worse, he might get an early retirement. As the case closes, Dave is examining the Forest Service’s approach to collaboration. The Forest Service encouraged collaborative strategies but it said, “The final decision still rests with the agency.” Given this caveat, Dave was wondering how he could effectively encourage collaboration among the stakeholders. The case explores this issue and gives Dave some direction.

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