Grace Yandan Jia
is an associate based in the Shanghai office, Ms Jia focuses on the areas of general corporate and regulatory compliance, but particularly the life sciences sector. She has extensive experiences of advising multinational pharmaceutical companies on a variety of legal matters, including promotions and advertising, antitrust, anti-bribery and IP from a Chinese and global legal perspective. Ms Jia has a Juris Doctor degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, with extensive research experience regarding the IP protection and commercialisation strategy of pharmaceutical companies in China.
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