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Corporate counsel Q&A: Stathis Mihos, Pfizer

Pharma - Features – 18 September 2018

As part of our ongoing series of interviews with in-house lawyers at international pharma companies, PLN caught up with Stathis Mihos – Pfizer’s legal director and Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Israel and Adriatic sub-cluster lead – to discuss the challenges of doing business in the region and the company’s unique approach to working with outside counsel.


Community Round-up: new partners at Dechert, McDermott, McCarter and Berger Singerman

Pharma - News – 18 September 2018

Law firms on both sides of the Atlantic hired new life sciences partners last week.


Australia passes law to protect against medicine shortages amid EpiPen drought

Pharma - News – 18 September 2018

The Australian government has amended the country’s drug regulation to require pharmaceutical companies to report any shortages of their products.


US Senate passes bipartisan opioid package

Pharma - News – 18 September 2018

The US Senate has passed a package of more than 70 bipartisan bills in an effort to tackle the country’s opioid crisis.


The PLN Round-up (18 September)

Pharma - The Round-up – 18 September 2018

News in brief from around the world… The past week has seen China approve Takeda’s £46 billion acquisition of Shire and Novartis sell off parts of its Sandoz portfolios to India’s Aurobindo. Meanwhile Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop has settled a false advertising suit, the EMA and FDA have published the findings from a carcinogen study, and the British Medical Journal has criticised clinical trials compliance.


Genentech claims Samsung biosimilar infringes breast cancer drug patents

Pharma - News – 11 September 2018

US drugmaker Genentech has sued Samsung Bioepis in Delaware, claiming the Korean company’s biosimilar version of breast cancer treatment Herceptin infringes 21 of its patents.






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