Join top legal professionals with discussion on the latest developments – at the Global Life Sciences Law Conference. The conference, which will take place virtually over two days in March.
Session on Day 1: Compliance is the outcome of an effective ethical culture
How to achieve balance so that compliance does not undermine ethical behaviour:
- What are the implications of the interaction between ethics and compliance?
- How can values and ethics create the foundation for effective compliance?
- Beyond policies and processes: how to assess and influence culture?
- The legal leadership challenge – leaders face conflicting needs: building a just, open culture and protecting the company against litigation risks. Can these be reconciled?
I hope to see you there.
Register your interest and reserve your tickets for the event by contacting Michael Taylor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on +44 203 654 1868
Other speakers include
George Peretz QC, Monckton Chambers
Keynote Speaker – Day 1
George Peretz has acted in many key competition cases involving and affecting the pharmaceutical industry, for the commission and General Court and European Court of Justice. He has extensive expertise and experience of advising on and litigating pharmaceutical regulatory issues. He has also represented the United kingdom government in the ECJ.
Speaker: day 1, session 2
Mark is a high profile Intellectual Property Barrister, and has expertise with patents and trademarks and has worked cases with brands like Astrazeneca, GSK, and Apple. Mark has a degree in pharmacology which gives a unique advantage when advising pharmaceutical and biotech companies.
Keynote Speaker – Day 2
Sir Robin is a former Lord Justice of Appeal, having practiced at the International Property Bar from 1967. Between 1976 and 1981 he was the junior counsel for the Comptroller of Patents and for the government department in intellectual property. Sir Jacob was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1981. He has practiced abroad often, including in Hong King, Singapore, Europe, the USA, and Australia.
Sir Jacob was appointed to the bench in 1993 and from the outset was a designated patent judge. From 1997 to 2001 he was supervising Chancery Judge for Birmingham, Bristol, and Cardiff. He was appointed as Lord Justice of Appeal in October 2003. He continued to sit from time to time in the Court of Appeal until April 2015. He acts as an arbitrator, mediator, and expert witness on English and European law.
Speaker: day 2, session 5
Rameet Sangha is a Senior Vice President at Compass Lexecon, based in London.
Rameet is a professional competition economist with over 20 years of experience advising clients on a range of competition matters: mergers, market investigations, abuse of dominance, vertical agreements, competition litigation, and damages assessment.
Rameet has experience across a range of industries, with particular expertise in life sciences and financial services.