Our Pharmaceuticals and Life Sciences lawyers provide a range of legal services to our clients, such as the following recent examples:
Advising and drafting documentation for a variety of corporate M&A transactions, including the acquisition of several high street healthcare products (baby and oral hygiene) for a leading over-the-counter pharmaceutical company, the disposal of a pharmaceuticals business that involved complex issues across four time zones and the sale of a large shareholding in a UK and Indian pharmaceutical company dealing with nicotine replacement products.
Drafting and advising on an investment agreement regarding a £20 million investment in a pharmaceutical company by way of a subscription and loan.
Negotiating and drafting the development and commercialisation collaboration of a new product combining a novel delivery system and an existing medicine.
Advising and representing a client where its product came under scrutiny over alleged shortcomings in its pharmacovigilance practices and related liability and corporate reputation considerations.
Advising and representing a company before the PMCPA Appeal Board in connection with a series of complaints relating to promotional information and press materials.
Representing a client in its appeal against a negative recommendation by NICE on its cancer product.
Providing cutting edge advice for a pharmacist with an application for a pharmacy licence based on unforeseen benefits.
Advising a large multinational company on parallel trade strategy, disputes with brand owners and two threatened judicial proceedings against the MHRA.
Providing advice to a well-known pharma company regarding various patent issues.
Drafting and negotiating product development agreements and licence arrangements for generic products.
Assisting a leading global contract development and drug manufacturing organisation with providing IT and Data Protection policies to its employees.
Negotiating and drafting an agreement for provision by a developer of an app for measuring delivery of medicines.
Developing a suite of documentation for a specialist OTC pharma company for dealings with secondary healthcare markets including agency and distribution arrangements, warehousing and manufacturing agreements.
Advising a client on establishing international policies and standard operating procedures to demonstrate appropriate risk management disciplines and compliance with various HCP ‘sunshine law’ requirements.
Advising on and drafting a suite of documentation to create an innovative company structure with a view to enabling Clinical Commissioning Groups to commission services in its local area and contract with local pharmacies.
Drafting terms and conditions for supply to businesses and consumers of dressing, mobility and clinical care products.
Helping a pharmaceutical wholesaler move to new fit-for-purpose premises.
Assisting a generics company with various employment challenges and negotiating the settlement of employment disputes between pharmaceutical companies and employees, including attending the Employment Tribunal.
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