Speaking slot

Ignace Vernimme, Floris ten Have and Manuel Campolini are speakers during the Legal Affairs Conference.

Ignace Vernimme, Floris ten Have and Manuel Campolini are speakers during the Legal Affairs Conference.

Ignace Vernimme, Floris ten Have and Manuel Campolini are speakers during the Legal Affairs Conference.

21.03.2019 EU law

Ignace Vernimme, IP Partner at Stibbe Brussels, moderates a roundtable discussion on 'second medical use patents'. Manuel Campolini, of-counsel at Stibbe Brussels, co-moderates this session. Floris ten Have, Competition and Regulation Partner at Stibbe Amsterdam, chairs a session on opportunities and challenges for biosimilar medicine developers.

In its 15th edition, the 2019 Medicines for Europe Legal Affairs Conference will provide participants with the opportunity to exchange views and share ideas with leading industry executives and experts, counsel and European institution officials around the latest developments in intellectual property and legal affairs concerning generic, biosimilar and value added medicines within Europe and worldwide.

To read more on the congress, which takes place in Amsterdam on 26 and 27 March 2019, please click here.

 

 

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