newly-amended form LD-2 removes all reference to the German company's address, and cleans up the typos in what the lobbying is about.
The same lobbying firm represents others, including Pfizer and Astra-Zeneca and Abbvie on these issues, so the less than $5,000 paid by Whitehouse Station is truly tiny. Here it is, as corrected:
. . . .Australian Government policy on intellectual property and its impact on the Australian healthcare system. . . Impact of Australian Government Policy on the company's local business environment. . . .
Now you know. Glad we were able to clear that up.