Technological advancements changes us personally but also what our lives look like; this is especially true when it comes to medicine as well as the development of technology that is meant to enhance or support human health and body. Particularly, the dynamic development of medical technology and pharmacology, which we have been observing throughout the past decades, is currently gaining additional momentum by combining the digital revolution with the advancements happening in the field of biology. Technologies straight from the “cyber-punk” world, such as bionic limbs and exoskeletons, as well as implants or digital solutions, such as “digitized therapies,” are becoming increasingly common.
Regulations, rules, and ethical norms don’t always catch up with these technological developments as well as the changing needs in the health system. This is precisely why, the “life-science” practice is aimed at solving problems and legal counsel when it comes to issues arising from the combination of digital devices and medical technologies, as well as supporting the availability of these solutions on the market with emphasis on medication and medical tech-innovations. We also support innovative ideas or start-ups in the medical world in this regard, as well as through conducting projects in the M&A sector (Mergers and Acquisitions). We also connect these entities with potential investors and build relationships with other entities in the industry. We also provide legal advice when it comes to projects based on the advertisement and information about the medication as well as medical technologies, including modern technology and personal data protection/processing in the medical field.
In other words, our area of action and advice can be described with the following equation:
(“digital technologies” +/x “medical technology”)^law