After having spent more than the last decade in-house in the pharmaceutical industry, coming back to private practice and writing about commercial agreements and the protection of IP Rights almost feels natural. Although I have to admit, it is also a bit scary…

From what I have experienced, seen and heard from fellow colleagues, what in-house lawyers lack the most of, are time and money. Tight budgets and managing priorities have become the new modus operandi. As such, dollars don’t often get spent on learning or training related to new trends or recent legal developments.

Obviously, law firm newsletters, … Continue Reading