2021-08-19 CMOD Seminar with Daryl Fairbairn

The recording is available here (passcode is k0r9W1*2):

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 I am thrilled to announce our next Seminar with Dr. Daryl Fairbairn on August 19th at 1pm in ESC C285, titled:

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: DEALS AND DISPUTES IN THE LIFE SCIENCES INDUSTRY

This presentation will be of great value to students considering a career in the pharmaceutical space. Dr. Fairbairn will provide deep and frank insights into the industry, highlighting earning potentials and work-life balance of a variety of roles.

Faculty will also benefit from the lessons learned in various billion-dollar deals Dr. Fairbairn has advised. What does it take to turn research findings into blockbuster products and how should we protect our IP? I am looking forward to learning a lot!

About the speaker:

Daryl Fairbairn is a counsel in the Corporate Group of Clifford Chance. He focuses on representing life science companies in a broad range of cross‑border intellectual property‑driven transactions, including strategic M&A, joint ventures, complex licensing and collaborative arrangements, and other commercial transactions dealing with product R&D, supply, manufacturing, and development.

Daryl earned BS and PhD degrees from Brigham Young University, conducted postdoctoral research at the University of Illinois in Champaign in immunogenetics, and earned a JD from Columbia University.

Join via zoom: //byu.zoom.us/j/98292966206?pwd=bUFmWG8zbWdGTGxCVWhrMmlmdS9adz09

 

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