The Trans-Pacific-Partnership is now much closer to reality with substantive agreement between the 12 member nations that include the US, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Australia, et al. (but not China). The new multilateral trade agreement has not been made public, but reportedly includes a number of intellectual property elements with special protections against copyright theft for the US entertainment industry and generic competition for the branded pharmaceuticals. Congress will need to approve the agreement to make it effective in the US, but is likely to do so if Republicans get their act together.
A final version of the text should be available in November.