We have one of the largest specialist biotech teams in Europe supporting global biotech companies at all stages of development, innovation, and growth. Our clients are diverse and include therapeutics companies, suppliers of research tools, companion diagnostics, and other in vitro diagnostics and bio information solutions. Our expertise extends to broader applications of biotech across environmental, industrial, and agri-biotech.
With legal expertise grounded in scientific know-how, our support incorporates company formation, spin-out accelerator programmes, venture capital fundraisings, licensing and collaborations, clinical trials, and strategic alliances in addition to accessing capital markets and deploying intellectual property rights.
Clients value our long-held industry connections and our specialist sector expertise. Our global team is embedded in this industry with experience across many technologies, including vaccines, therapeutic proteins, monoclonal antibodies, immune-oncology, and cell-based therapies, gene therapies, and tissue-engineered products.
We are chosen by renowned biotech companies for our expertise in negotiating on pivotal IP licensing deals, resolving disputes with strategic partners, dealing with data privacy issues and avoiding competition/anti-trust risks. With our support, they push innovation boundaries and exploit commercial opportunities while remaining secure within relevant regulatory regimes.
With a new legal framework, the EU is trying to catch up with the state of development of new genomic techniques. At present, they are subject to the rigid regulatory regime of Genetic Engineering Law, and haste is called for.
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Requirements for price discounts and rebates, indication of the basic price and the unit of measure, marking of deposit amounts, price indication for electric vehicle charging stations - these are the most important changes!
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CBD in food and cosmetics: These requirements must be achieved for biscuits, muesli, soap and co. to be approved for the European internal market.
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Turnover in the online food retail sector has increased from just under 1.6 billion Euros in 2019 to 3.9 billion Euros in two years. With this, the legal requirements are also increasing.
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