Discussions on Risk in Life Sciences Transactions & Book Launch
390 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Please mark your calendar and plan to join CPR Dispute Resolution at Hogan Lovells in Midtown Manhattan for a panel discussion and networking reception on Tuesday, June 6, starting at 6:00 pm. The networking reception will immediately follow the panel in Hogan Lovells' indoor/outdoor cafe area. Enjoy reconnecting with friends and colleagues on the outdoor terrace (weather permitting).
Leaders in healthcare and life sciences will discuss mitigating disputes in life sciences transactions and what to do when they arise. Learn from the perspectives of in-house counsel, law firm counsel and a neutral.
Many of the themes are broadly applicable across a variety of industries.
You will hear from:
- Oliver Armas, Partner and Global Head of International Arbitration, Hogan Lovells
- Cheryl Agris, Arbitrator, Agris & von Natzmer, LLP
- Erin Howell, Executive Director of Corporate Transactions, Merck
- Jon Wasserman, Partner, Hogan Lovells (moderator)
The panelists and moderator include authors of the recently released CPR publication Mitigating Risks in Life Sciences Transactions, a manual written by the CPR Healthcare and Life Sciences Committee. The CPR Healthcare and Life Sciences Committee created this manual to aid legal practitioners with drafting life sciences transactions while identifying, allocating and mitigating risks in order to optimize the value of those transactions for the parties on either side of a deal. Mitigating Risk in Life Sciences Transactions is intended to help minimize the risk of disruption to the business arrangement and prevent disputes so the parties can focus on maximizing value over the course of their business relationship.
NY CLE credit will be provided (1 hour).
This event is free and open to the public.
-Please note that registration will close on Thursday, June 1, at 9:00 pm.
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-Non-CPR members start by clicking "Login Now" and then enter their email address to create a non-member guest account, providing their email address, password, and job title, then returning to the event to register with the credentials just created.
-Questions about registration? Please contact Carrie Ann Trubenstein at firstname.lastname@example.org.