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On the Pulse webinar series 2024
Welcome to the 2024 On the Pulse webinar series.  This webinar series brings you updates on the latest legal and commercial developments in the life sciences & healthcare sector from around the world. Over the coming period, we will be hosting two webinars on:Unified Patent Court (UPC) - 23 AprilEU Pharma Package - 18 JuneEach webinar will be one hour in length with a 15-minute Q&A session.
Past events
The impact of the Berne Financial Services Agreement
We're delighted to announce a series of informative webinars focusing on the Berne Financial Services Agreement between Switzerland and the UK, a landmark development announced on 21 December 2023. This...
EU Competition Law Briefings
The EU Competition Law Briefings have been created to provide a platform for our clients and other competition law experts to stay up to date on the developments of EU Competition Law. Every month CMS...
On the Pulse Webinar Series 2023 - Autumn
On the Pulse webinar series brings you updates on the latest legal and commercial developments in the life sciences & healthcare sector. The Autumn edition will see our CMS sector specialists cover: Commercial - Deal landscape and transaction trends in the Life Sciences SectorDispute Resolution - The midnight clause: why choice of law and jurisdiction clauses matterPublic Procurement - Typical pitfalls to be avoided in a procurement process for pharma and medical devices suppliesequIP - Pitfalls for life sciences start-ups to avoidEach webinar will be one hour in length with a 15-minute Q&A session. To register for the full series or just the topics of interest to you, click on the registration links below. To watch the Spring webinars in the On the Pulse series, visit here.
Global Life Sciences & Healthcare Forum 2023
Blurring Boundaries - Exploring the convergence of life sciences and law
CareerLunch 2023
Fancy a lunch date with CMS Switzerland? 
Cost-cutting and restructuring in times of crisis
A tough global economic outlook is driving many employers to review their operational costs. Across businesses, hard questions are being asked about where efficiencies can be made – and ultimately what...
Webinar: ESG Compensation
Incorporating ESG KPIs in­to re­mu­ner­a­tion
CMS Annual Tax Conference 2023
We are delighted to invite you to attend our annual CMS Tax Conference 2023.   Our special guest speaker Prof. Dr. Werner Haslehner, University of Luxembourg, will describe how the EU tax environment has evolved over the past few years and how Luxembourg is dealing with EU initiatives and developments in terms of economic substance.   A panel of CMS experts will then discuss the position of foreign jurisdictions when it comes to analyse the economic substance of intermediate Luxembourg holding companies, taking into consideration notably the notion of beneficial ownership and the future requirements to be imposed by ATAD 3.   Towards the end of the conference you will have the opportunity to continue discussions and meet with CMS experts in tax law from across Europe during a drink on the amazing rooftop of the conference venue "SixSeven". Agenda 16:30 - 17:00:  Registration & welcome drinks17:00 - 17:05 : Welcome - Frédéric Feyten, Managing Partner CMS Luxembourg17:05 - 17:30: Opening Keynote - Prof. Dr. Werner Haslehner, University of Luxembourg17:45 - 18:30: Roundtable dis­cus­sion: Mod­er­ated by Frédéric Feyten (CMS Lux­em­bourg)Ag­nès de l'Estoile-Campi (CMS France)Tillman Kempf (CMS Germany)Carlo Gnetti (CMS Italy)Diego de Miguel Hernando (CMS Spain)Anna Burcher (CMS UK)from 18:30: Networking drinks
Tokenized Assets Roundtable Vol. 4
For the fourth time, CMS is organizing a Tokenized Assets Roundtable, covering the developments and opportunities in the crypto and Blockchain industry, despite the current "crypto winter". The event...
CMS HR Gathering: Mental health in the workplace
Join us in Lisbon or online!
The Law and the Little Things Microaggressions in the workplace
Most organisations today recognise the importance of equity, diversity and inclusion within their workplaces, in particular, how to build an inclusive culture.  However, organisations need to go beyond...