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Practice Area

Life Sciences

Driven by Knowledge.

SÉRVULO's Life Sciences team has in-depth knowledge of drug's, medical devices or other health products life cycle, enabling it to provide specialised advice at all stages, including research and development of new products and their respective intellectual property issues, data protection, regulation and inherent litigation.

Sub-Areas Life Sciences

SÉRVULO provides legal advisory services in all regulatory aspects relating to medicines, medical devices, cosmetics or other health products or technologies. The firm’s know-how involves matters such as the granting of manufacturing authorizations, marketing authorizations (AIMs) or special, exceptional or export authorizations. Matters of price and reimbursement of medicines or other health technologies have also a great deal of relevance.

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Ana Rita Paínho Mariana Costa Pinto Miguel Gorjão-Henriques

The opening of the market to generic medicines has also brought new challenges in the intellectual property field. SÉRVULO's team has been at the forefront of legal advice to the pharmaceutical industry associations and also to large multinationals in the pharmaceutical sector on topics related to the blockbusters of the pharmaceutical industry, the end of patents and associated litigation. In addition, the team also has extensive experience in hiring, including licensing and supply contracts.

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Ana Rita Paínho Mariana Costa Pinto

The Life Sciences area includes major R&D projects in the pharmaceutical sector, both in the development of new molecules, drugs and health products, and in the development of patient care technologies and systems. SÉRVULO regularly advises clients of Life Sciences who invest in R&D in matters of hiring multidisciplinary teams and protection of corporate intellectual property, clinical trials and data protection associated with patient care programs.

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Ana Rita Paínho Mariana Costa Pinto Miguel Gorjão-Henriques