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26th Annual Biotech Patenting

26 Mar 2014 - 27 Mar 2014 - Munich, Germany



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Our 2014 Biotech Patenting Forum will focus on the practical solutions to the current challenges facing pharma and biotech companies, patent attorneys, legal practitioners and regulatory officers.  You will hear the specific strategies used by industry experts in dealing with biotech patenting challenges which will impact your company in 2014 and beyond.  

Join us and hear the latest strategies for maximising your product revenue by ensuring your international patent portfolio is protected.  It is imperative that you get up to speed on the relevant key updates and know how to overcome the most challenging issues that remain in this field.

All the members receive 10% discount! Quote 638TN.

For more information or to receive the conference programme please contact Karina Kusova on k.kusova@c5-online.com



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