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May 2017

The Power Of The Crowd At Millennial 20/20

By | Entrepreneurs, Events

Earlier this month, the Truman Old Brewery in East London was host to Millennial 20/20, a two day summit that looks at how companies of all scales are adapting to ensure ongoing engagement with the ever-changing consumer. JAG Shaw Baker Associates, Charlotte Courtney and Imran Bhatia, joined delegates from a of variety of sectors from fashion and beauty to finance, travel and food, each bringing a different perspective on how millennials are disrupting their businesses. The Power of the Crowd Day one included a session on the power of the crowd to shape the finance sector. Crowdfunding is demanding increasing levels of attention from companies looking to…

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Elasmogen Inks Research Agreement To Develop New Class Of Therapeutics

By | Biotech, Client news, Knowledge, Life Sciences, Startups

Congratulations to our client Elasmogen! Elasmogen, a spin-out from Aberdeen University, alongside Canada based Feldan Therapeutics, have announced a research agreement with Amgen to develop and deliver novel intracellular biologics. The collaboration combines the unique capabilities of Feldan’s Shuttle platform and Elasmogen’s soloMER™ technology to develop the delivery system and binding domains for two undisclosed intracellular targets for Amgen. Elasmogen develops new medicines based on antibody-like molecules isolated from sharks, called VNARs (variable new-antigen receptors). VNARs are found in sharks as part of their immune system and have a similar protective role to antibodies present in the human body. The…

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The Ins and Outs of Clinical Trials – Termination

By | Biotech, Knowledge, Life Sciences

Clinical trials are costly, involve numerous parties and depending on the phase of the trial, are a lengthy process. Although it’s unpleasant to talk about how to end a relationship before it’s even begun, a frank and complete discussion at the outset on how a contract is to be terminated amicably will benefit all parties involved. In this post, we’ll address a termination provision that a sponsor, typically a pharmaceutical company, can exercise and negotiate. Such provision is particular to a clinical trial agreement and which can be challenging to negotiate with other parties to the agreement, i.e. the institution…

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