Life sciences spotlight — September 2013
DLA Piper has published the second issue of its Life Sciences Spotlight publication for 2013.
- A new wave of regulatory enforcement actions in China
- Australia’s innovation patent
- Best practice disclosure for life sciences companies
- The new workplace bullying laws and performance management
- Can reverse payments in patent settlements constitute criminal cartel conduct?
- Unravelling the helix
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