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InLaw: Christian Lebrecht and Arian Gruener of Baker McKenzie outline the health-related plans of...

When the heads of the Social Democratic Party, the Green Party and the Free Democratic Party presented the coalition agreement of the newly elected...

InLaw: Kilburn & Strode consider IP protection around IVF in US and Europe

Some 15% of reproductive-aged couples worldwide are affected by infertility. Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ARTs) such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF), provide a lifeline to...

InLaw: EC proposals for Northern Ireland a way forward for medicines?

  Extract from HMi’s December/January issue published December 3, 2021 On October 13, 2021, the European Commission (EC) announced a new package of proposals relating to...

InLaw: DABUS decision makes Australia look like a champion of innovation not a chump

Australia was recently thrust into the global IP limelight when the Federal Court controversially determined that an artificial intelligence (AI) system, DABUS, can be...

Legal: Kilburn & Strode look at protecting IP in cannabis

In new and rapidly growing technical/commercial fields, such as cannabis, there is often a land-grab to secure broad intellectual property rights and protect your...

InLaw: DAC Beachcroft’s Hamza Drabu navigates cross-border telemedicine

Technical lessons learned from operating virtually during the pandemic will be carried through into an increasingly new, borderless digital age for health. The technology...

InLaw: An introduction to senior living business models, their application and legal regulation in...

David Ellis, partner at Mayer Brown, dives into the market for senior care in Asia to find the best model that meets the challenge...

InLaw: country comparisons are not always helpful with Covid-19, says DAC Beachcroft

Covid-19 represents one of the biggest singular global ‘events’ of recent memory. The world has faced crises before, but this one is existential. Not...

InLaw: Mayer Brown: Digital healthcare needs a more formal legal infrastructure

David Ellis, partner at Mayer Brown, and trainee solicitor Tiffany Wong argue that digital healthcare needs a more formal legal infrastructure to grow into...

Life sciences and the Brexit trade agreement

Peter Rudd-Clarke, legal director at RPC, explains why the Trade and Cooperation Agreement, settled between the EU and UK at the end of last...