Intellectual property section in TACD letter on EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

Intellectual Property Rights: Provisions on intellectual property (IP)
rights should ensure governments may enact robust limitations and
exceptions to rights, and limitations on remedies. IP enforcement
should be proportionate and respect the right to a judicial remedy. In
some areas, mandatory minimum exceptions should be addressed, such as
robust cross-border exceptions for disabilities or distance education.
Access to medical technologies and knowledge should not be undermined.

Full letter:

TACD TTIP Letter_05.03.13