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IP Watch quotes Bagley on evolving legal aspects of biodiversity

"The access and benefit sharing protocol of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity is based on bilateral agreements between providers and users of genetic resources. There are, however, many cases where genetic resources are dispersed, and difficult to attribute to only one location," reads an IP Watch story. "The issue is being discussed at the biennial meeting of the CBD member states, in particular the possibility of a global multilateral benefit-sharing mechanism to address those genetic resources not yet covered by the protocol." Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Law Margo Bagley served as a source for the story.
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