Thu, 16 Nov|
Pharma & Biotech Contract and Legal Document Drafting
The training will focus on three types of contracts: collaborative research agreements, licensing agreements, and license and supply agreements, with a particular emphasis on the intellectual property rights involved.
Time & Location
16 Nov 2023, 09:00 WET – 17 Nov 2023, 13:00 WET
About the event
Event hosted by New Ear Webinars
The “Contract and Legal Document Drafting in the Pharma/Biotech Industry: Research Collaborations, Licensing Agreements, Intellectual Property” training session is designed to enhance participants’ skills in drafting pharmaceutical manufacturing and licensing agreements, as well as research contracts. The training will focus on three types of contracts: collaborative research agreements, licensing agreements, and license and supply agreements, with a particular emphasis on the intellectual property rights involved. The primary objective of the training is to provide participants with the ability to structure and draft these agreements effectively while understanding and applying the industrial law considerations specific to the sector.
Why Attend this Training?
By attending this course, participants will be able to:
- Understand the basic terms and principles of license, license and supply, and collaborative research contracts
- Understand the grant clause in licensing agreements
- Understand payment terms in license and license and supply agreements
- Understand the effects of termination in these agreements
- Understand collaborative research-specific IP measures
- Understand technology transfer in the context of these agreements
Learning Uncovered - Acquire knowledge of the basic terms and principles for license and supply, and collaborative research contracts, as well as the principles of pharma-specific IP law.
Comprehension - Enhance your ability to plan and negotiate license and supply, and collaboraive research contracts effectively while understanding the grant clause in licensing, payment terms, warranties, representations, and indemnities, and effects of termination.
Enlightenment - Gain insights into collaborative research-specific IP measures and technology transfer in the context of these agreements.
Ask the Expert - Trainer István Molnár, a seasoned legal professional, will share his expertise and insights on contract and legal document drafting in the pharma/biotech industry.
Summary - This training session will equip legal directors, legal counsels, lawyers, technical and IT support personnel, patent attorneys, and with the skills to structure and draft effective agreements while complying with industrial law considerations specific to pharma/biotech sector.
Who should attend?
This Training is directed towards specialists and executives in the pharmaceutical industry entrusted with the legal documents and contract drafting.
- Legal directors
- Legal counsels
- Patent attorneys
- University knowledge transfer professionals
About the trainers:
Istvan Molnar – Patent Attorney
Meet István Molnár, a multi-talented professional with a Ph.D. and extensive experience in intellectual property, innovation, and the pharmaceutical industry. He is currently the head of business development and client relation at SBGK Patent and Law attorneys. István is also a European and Hungarian Patent Attorney, a Research Chemist, a Lawyer, and a Horticultural Engineer. His expertise includes knowledge transfer, industrial property rights, and licensing agreements, among others. He has specialized knowledge in the agricultural, agro-industrial, organic chemistry, building, food, and chemical technology industries. István also has an exceptional background in literature copyright, remuneration agreements, and trademarks. István has served in various roles throughout his career, including Senior Patent Attorney at EGIS Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Director of the South Great Plain Regional Innovation Agency, and International Consultant for the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). He is a member of several professional organizations, including the Hungarian Industrial Property and Copyright Association, the Industrial Property Rights Expert Board, and the European Patent Institute. István is also the President of the Hungarian Chapter of the Licensing Executives’ Society. István has a Ph.D. in Industrial Management and a doctorate in law from the University of Szeged. He also has a horticultural engineering degree from Neumann János University and a research chemistry degree from József Attila University. In addition, he has completed an Advanced Industrial Property Rights Course at the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office.
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Introduction of Intellectual Property (IP)
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