Training Collaboration Agreement

Pharmaceutical and biotech companies are increasingly turning to research and development and cooperation agreements – for pharmaceutical companies to introduce new products into their pipelines, and for biotechnology companies to have access to the resources needed for the final development phase, clinical trials, manufacturing and distribution. As a leader of Well Integrity Services, IEA recently developed a new integrated business integrity management course, which will be distributed to external delegates in Q1 2020 through Maersk Training`s continuing education centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. On Thursday, November 28, 2019, an introductory workshop will be held at the new course for external clients. Please contact us to book a place in the workshop. The full list of IEA training services is available here. To see Maersk Training`s offers, click here. The collaboration will extend to several of IEA`s integrity management training courses, particularly Asset Integrity and Wells Integrity Management, while complementing MT`s offering in production and Well Services product portfolios. The objectives of the cooperation are to enable both parties to expand the scope of their training services and to develop into different product lines, which will allow customers to have a wide range of training options from different locations around the world. This new Falconbury in-house seminar provides you with a unique opportunity to learn from a specialized faculty to address the key challenges of negotiating and developing these agreements. It will allow you to design effective watertight agreements and lay the foundation for long-term, profitable relationships. Neil Flemming, Managing Director of IEA, said: “This collaboration enables IEA to provide our clients with a more comprehensive training service by leveraging Maersk Training`s 40 years of experience in the energy sector, its Advanced Oil and Gas Simulation Training Facilities and its global reach.” The main objectives of this seminar By participating in this seminar, you will: – CHECK how to make the right deal and find the right partner – COMPRENDER more about the due diligence process, which is a key element for successful contracts – Learn more about the main conditions of the research and development and cooperation agreements – FAMILIARISE is interested in the different possibilities of distribution of IP ownership and the problems and problems , patents and research and development – GET-TO-GRIPS with the legal structures and specificities of cooperation between companies – Discover the specifics of cooperation between industry and universities, including typical contractual agreements – Update with the latest developments in EU competition law aspects Vijay Rangachari, Regional Executive Director of MT commented, “Our goal is to work with our clients to promote the safety and performance of people and assets.

We thought it was a natural collaboration with IEA, which uses its skills and expertise in managing the integrity of the company to meet the growing demand from customers in the region. Patrick Duxbury is an IP partner and leads the six-person life sciences team at Wragge co. The team offers a unique blend of regulatory, antitrust, corporate and dispute resolution advice to many key players in the industry. INTERACTIVE LEARNING Includes a case study and group discussions to ensure a complete learning experience. EU competition law – CASE Study delegates are divided into small groups and receive a case study based on the latest developments in the EU.