Retiring Eli Lilly GC Worked to Transform the IP Landscape
When Robert Armitage retires from his post as general counsel of Eli Lilly and Company at the end of the year, he will be leaving his mark not just on the company but also on the laws governing intellectual property in the U.S.
By Lisa Shuchman|September 14, 2012
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