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Life Sciences & Healthcare

Germany

The CMS Life Sciences und Healthcare Sector Group is made up of over 50 lawyers across Europe, many of whom have specialised in the Life Sciences und Healthcare industry for several years.

The essence of the group's approach is teamwork, working closely as colleagues in Western and Central Europe. The group has complementary expertise in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, diagnostic and related areas, so can offer pan-European and local, national advice and assistance to the Life Sciences und Healthcare industries.

The group is recognised as having centres of excellence in respect of pharmaceuticals and medical devices in its practices in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Germany as well as specialist tax expertise in France.

Services

The CMS Life Sciences und Healthcare Sector Group provides the following comprehensive range of services:

  • Regulatory
  • Pre-clinical and clinical research
  • Collaboration and licensing
  • Financing/M&A stock option schemes
  • Business restructuring
  • Strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions
  • Distribution and parallel import issues
  • Patent protection and enforcement
  • Branding, trade dress, advertising and labelling
  • Media issues
  • Personal data
  • Product liability and litigation
  • Health and safety
  • EC & competition/competition enforcement
  • Public sector tendering
  • Environment
  • Immigration

Contact

For further information on CMS Life Sciences und Healthcare Sector Group please contact Mr. Jens Wagner.

We are strategic partners of

Young Excellence in Healthcare (YEH) is an interdisciplinary network bringing together young professionals from the healthcare sector. It seeks to develop an intelligent framework for delivering health services in the world of tomorrow. CMS Germany advises YEH strategically and exclusively on all legal matters. CMS also acts as a sounding board for the legal issues and healthcare policies YEH wishes to promote.

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