is the partner in Zhong Lun Law Firm, based in the Shanghai office. She holds a Master’s degree in science and an LLM from Stanford Law School. She has a strong technical background in life sciences and has advised many pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical-device companies on industry-specific compliance issues, including clinical trials, drug registration, drug labelling and packaging, advertising and promotional activities, technology licensing and transfers, intellectual property protection and enforcement. Helen has authored numerous articles on life science in China, which have been published in many influential periodicals and magazines.
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