is a partner in the product groups Intellectual Property, Information Technology and Data Protection. He regularly advises in complex outsourcing, technology transfer and platform projects from the conceptual and negotiation phase to dispute settlement. He further enjoys a vast experience in copyright, trademark and patent law. A particular focus of his work is the life sciences and health sector. Michael regularly publishes and lectures in his practice areas and takes an active role in several professional organisations. He is co-editor of a Swiss law journal for pharma, biotech and medtech.
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