Stay abreast with recent developments and trends determining the legal and regulatory framework of the European pharmaceutical industry.
What are the most significant current issues shaking and shaping the pharmaceutical industry today? The business environment and legal framework relevant to the pharmaceutical industry continues to change rapidly in the face of constant challenges posed by competition, politics and technological innovation. Considering the highly lucrative and competitive nature of the industry, it is more important than ever for professionals working with legal and regulatory aspects of drug development to stay abreast of the most recent developments.
This course provides a broad and practical understanding of the ‘hot topics’ and will present and analyse these topics from scientific, legal and policy perspectives.
Further information about the course is available here.
The course begins with a general overview of the current scientific and legal trends in pharmaceutical R&D, organisation and policy. This is followed by a review of the hot topics through a combination of lectures, discussions, group work and case studies. The course is designed to allow room for the issues and challenges crucial to the participants’ daily work and practice.
The course is designed for professionals working with legal issues and/or regulatory aspects of drug development, decision-makers, administrators and health care practitioners within both the public and private sectors, e.g.:
- Legal departments in the pharmaceutical industry.
- Law firms dealing with patent and competition law in the pharmaceutical industry.
- Branch organizations in the pharmaceutical sector.
- Health care professionals and decision makers.
- Bank and finance consultants working with risk and investment in the pharmaceutical industry.
Credit – especially for lawyers and trainee solicitors
This course meets the Danish requirements for compulsory supplementary training for lawyers and trainee solicitors.
5 days, 18 – 22 August 2014, 9:00 – 17:00 at the University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg Campus.
Timo Minssen, Associate Professor, Dr., LL.M., M.I.C.L., Centre for Information and Innovation Law, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen