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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
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...
On the Pulse webinar series 2023 - Spring
Welcome to the launch of the On the Pulse webinar series
Webinar: Hydrogen projects - developing your investment case
The future of energy production around the globe is transforming. Hydrogen shows growing potential in the global transition to a low-carbon economy and global de­car­bon­isa­tion.To unlock hydrogen potential it is essential to understand how to develop and execute successful hydrogen projects. In this webinar, we will focus on how to use project modelling to develop a hydrogen project and assess the prospective investment options. We will evaluate how the rapidly evolving regulatory aspects to support the growth of hydrogen economy and individual hydrogen projects impact the investment choices. In addition, we will talk about how to develop an investment case ensuring a balanced evaluation of economic and social benefits, risks, and op­por­tun­it­ies.The panel will be moderated by Bob Green, Partner & Head of Infrastructure Finance at Mazars and will include the following experts:Dalia Majum­der-Rus­sell, Partner, Energy & Climate Change, CMSJohn Yeldham, Director, Technical Lead – Financial Modelling, MazarsOlga Bezhentseva, Director, Management Consulting, MazarsThis online event is aimed at investors, spon­sors/de­velopers, lenders and advisers actively involved in and considering entering into the hydrogen market.The session will last 60 minutes and will be held in English.
Embedding the ‘S’ in ESG in the workplace
Attracting and retaining talent has become more challenging following the Covid-19 pandemic. However, employers with a clear and genuine commitment to the ‘social’ aspects of ESG are more likely to...
What happens now? Navigating the new COVID employment landscape
Despite a successful vaccine roll-out, the world continues to contend with new variants of COVID-19. As countries scramble to adapt to ongoing infection risks, it is clear that working life isn’t going...
Liquidity and Blockchain
Replay Whatever the nature of the tokens (security, utility, NFT or others), they all rely on the promise of easier transferability thanks to the blockchain, the technology behind tokens. Beyond the...
What you should know before making receivables financings in Europe and...
Efficient cash flow, liquidity, and balance sheet management are crucial for the success and growth of companies. The impact of the pandemic certainly increases this need, making receivables financing...
Sustainability Claims and Greenwashing webinar
Join CMS webinar on Sustainability Claims and Greenwashing, which will be presented by the CMS Consumer Products Sector Group members Nikolas Gregor from our German practice, Stuart Helmer from our UK...
The Future is Now: The New World of Work
As countries continue to struggle with COVID-19 while also trying to retain at least a semblance of business as usual, the way we work has been changed extensively, in some respects potentially forever.The...
SFDR and market uncertainty: The post-10 March implications for fund distribution...
Although SFDR comes into force on 10 March, it is clear this is only the start of the journey. As we approach 10 March it is clear that clients are turning their minds to:concerns around the differing...