Latvia: bnt attorneys-at-law invite to the business breakfast seminar Meet the Expert: “EFPIA Disclosure Code – are you ready to declare support for medics?” on 23 February 2016.
Last year the Code on the Disclosure of Transfers of Value of the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (“EFPIA“) has been implemented in Latvia. Under the code, pharmaceutical companies are obliged to publicly declare support provided to health care organisations and professionals. While disclosure for 2015 is just around the corner, many open questions still remain.
Do you want to find out what data will have to be disclosed? Or perhaps you are not sure how to act when providing support to medics from foreign countries? Then allow us to invite you to a discussion – Business Breakfast “EFPIA Disclosure Code – are you ready to declare support for medics?” organised by bnt | attorneys-at-law Riga, in cooperation with Riga Graduate School of Law and the German Baltic Chamber of Commerce in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. Yvonne Goldammer and Renārs Gasūns, lawyers with bnt | attorneys-at-law, will comment on any questions you might have. They will also discuss how the code is implemented in eight different CEE countries plus what has to be considered when giving support to medics practising in different countries.
bnt | attorneys-at-law Riga Senior Associate Renārs Gasūns has been providing legal advice to Latvian and foreign entities for more than 15 years. His core areas of expertise are life science, data protection and privacy, food law plus employment. He is also experienced in advising companies on day-to-day legal matters and representing their interests in litigation.
bnt | attorneys-at-law Vilnius partner Yvonne Goldammer has been practicing since 2005 as German attorney at law as well as practicing attorney at law of the EU in Lithuania. During her practice she has been consulting major international clients in life sciences, competition, M&A and other commercial matters, as well as on other European and international law issues. After graduating from Leipzig University / Germany, she has been teaching for several years as a visiting lecturer within the international programme of Eurofaculty at the Law Faculty of Vilnius University. Yvonne Goldammer regularly publishes articles on topical issues in international journals and is the co-author of several books.
Language of event: Latvian/ English
Admission: free of charge
Time and place:23 February 2016, 10 a.m., at Riga Graduate School of Law at Strēlnieku iela 4 k-2, Riga, auditorium W20.
Duration: about one and half hour