Sidley Austin LLP is hosting a discussion by video broadcast from Washington, D.C. and Brussels to exchange and develop positions on the risks and opportunities associated with trade negotiations between the EU and the U.S, with a focus on the life sciences sector.
In this session, leading industry professionals will cover topics such as intellectual property (including data protection), transparency and conformity assessment, taking clues from previous trade negotiations and the latest available information.
Yohan Benizri, Associate, International Trade Practice, Sidley Austin LLP
Maurits Lugard, Partner, Head of EU Life Sciences Regulatory Practice, Sidley Austin LLP
Thursday, June 27, 2013
9:00 am – U.S. Eastern Daylight Time
3:00 pm – Central European Time
TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) for Business Life Sciences Roundtable – A 90-minute discussion
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Should you not be able to attend this event in person in our Washington, D.C. or Brussels offices, we encourage you to join us by phone whereby you will still be able to participate in the discussion or follow us by video broadcast for viewing only.
Sidley Austin’s International Trade team, based in Washington, D.C., Brussels and Geneva, routinely advises on trade negotiations, building on their work in resolving international trade disputes. Both in government service and in private practice, they have helped to shape several bilateral and multilateral agreements promoting trade and investment.
On three continents, Sidley’s Global Life Sciences Practice team offers coordinated cross-border and national advice on a wide range of issues. The EU Life Sciences Regulatory practice assists multinational companies and trade associations with food, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, cosmetics and dietary supplement issues in the European Union.