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Key Considerations for European M&A in the Life Sciences Sector

Article originally published in PLC Life Sciences Handbook 2012 M&A in the life sciences sector has remained robust, driven by factors such as: „„ The need to replenish shrinking product pipelines. „„ The need to maintain revenues as patents on top-selling products expire. „„ The strategic diversification of business lines. „„ Expansion into emerging markets. … Continue Reading

Pharma Buy

Article originally published in The Lawyer on October 14, 2010 Despite global economic conditions, deal-making by large pharmaceutical companies has remained relatively buoyant, say Daniel Pavin, Grant Castle and Alexandra Pygall. Acquisitions in the pharmaceuticals sector are being driven by factors such as the need to replenish shrinking product pipelines, the need to maintain revenues … Continue Reading

Pharma and Biotech In-licensing and Collaboration Agreements: a Deal Lawyer’s Guide to EU Anti-trust pitfalls

Article originally published in the Cross-border Life Sciences Handbook 2006/07 Pharmaceutical and biotech companies are turning with increasing frequency to in-licensing and collaboration agreements – pharmaceutical companies to put new products in their pipelines and biotech companies to access the resources needed for final-stage development, clinical trials, manufacturing, and distribution. One result of the increasing importance … Continue Reading
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