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Life Sciences & Pharma

Life sciences & pharma is a strictly regulated sector. We help our clients to orient themselves and guide them safely through this difficult terrain.

Our clients in the life sciences & pharma sector generally want to turn their scientific discoveries and sensitive research findings into marketable products. The health, medicine, pharmaceutical and foodstuff industries are often involved. We provide our clients with advice to assist them in this process, focusing on legal recommendations concerning trading, sales and marketing models as well as legal advice on cooperation contracts between industry and specialist personnel, licenses, official approval and certificates.

We support clients in coping with regulatory matters during day-to-day business and represent them on the ground in dealings with public authorities and courts of law. Moreover, we take responsibility on our clients' behalf for key issues of competition law, compliance and product liability.


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Practice areas

  • Health
  • Medicine
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Medical products
  • Biotechnology
  • Food supplements
  • Foodstuffs law

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  • Life Sciences & Pharma

    eHealth – implementation in CEE and protecting "sensitive" patient data

    Central and Eastern Europe Electronic healthcare, or simply eHealth, involves using information and communication technologies (ICT) for healthcare. Implementation of eHealth is progressing in the countries where bnt attorneys...


  • Life Sciences & Pharma

    Online sales of Rx-medicinal products

    Central and Eastern Europe. In most countries in the region where the law firm bnt attorneys in CEE is represented, online sales of prescription medicines (also “Rx”) are prohibited by national legislation. An exception is...