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Generics and Patent Strategies 2013

13 May 2013 - 14 May 2013 - London, UK



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We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 16th annual conference, Generics and Patent Strategies, taking place in London from 13-14 May 2013. Don't miss out on attending. 

The conference will see world-renowned experts present the hottest topics and key challenges faced within the Generics industry today in combination with panel discussions, that will provide the latest updates on increasing profitability in a highly competitive market, how to overcome some of the IP issues faced when challenging patents and takes a detailed look at the pricing pressures surrounding an already saturated marketplace.

Reasons to attend this conference include:

Learn different strategies involved in regulatory affairs and how these can work to your advantage in Europe

Discuss how Originator companies are protecting their compounds and how you can strategically navigate around these issues

Identify ways to obtain a foothold in the Marketplace over your competitors: are value added Generics or Biosimilars the answer?

Discover how Patent litigation can work to your advantage when launching a first to market Generic

Determine the impacts of “Big Pharma” launching Generics into the Marketplace and what this means for smaller Generics companies


Register at www.pharma-generics.co.uk to secure your place!

Alternatively contact Jonathan Collins on +44 0 207 827 6734 or email on jcollins@smi-online.co.uk 



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