ChinaBio® Partnering Forum - June 23-24, 2009


Life Sciences and Life Sciences | China

Riverfront Business Hotel
3000 LongDong Avenue
Pudong New Area
Shanghai, China


Priscilla Chen
852 2585 0888

Morrison & Foerster is proud to sponsor the ChinaBio® Partnering Forum to be held in Shanghai on June 23–24, 2009. This event will bring together more than 500 attendees from 19 countries around the world, including major pharmaceutical and biotech companies from the U.S. and Europe, China’s leading biopharma and biotech companies, and researchers from universities and institutes throughout Asia interested in partnering and collaborations in China. Brian Cunningham, Co-Chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Life Sciences Group, will be speaking on "Cross-border Licensing of Early Stage Technologies – Legal and Business Challenges." Mr. Cunningham is an experienced practitioner with nearly 30 years negotiating cross-border agreements and deals on behalf of biotech companies with major pharmaceutical companies around the world. His presentation will examine and address:
  • The Importance of Licensing to Early Stage Technology
  • The Basic Building Blocks of Agreements, From Simple to Complex
  • Advance Preparation Necessary to Properly Prepare for Negotiating an Agreement
  • The Terms of IP Licenses in Detail and a Review of Negotiating Strategies
  • Ten Rules to Complete Your Deals Successfully

For more information about the ChinaBio® Partnering Forum, please visit the event website.

Contact: Priscilla Chen (China) or Laura Desjean (U.S.)

Contact Phone: +852 2585 0888 +1 858 720 7979

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