K&L Gates LLP‘s healthcare and life sciences offering covers corporate, IT, intellectual property and regulatory mandates within the sector under the leadership of Jean-Patrice Labautière. He recently assisted Axonics with its €35m fundraising from Gilde Healthcare and represented a bidder in the sale of a business division by a leading global healthcare company. While Nicola Di Giovanni focuses on corporate and private equity mandates, Claude-Etienne Armingaud collaborated with Labautière to advise a heavyweight healthcare player on the implementation of a startup acceleration programme for the development of new technology.
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The French Supervisory Authority (CNIL) ended 2020 by doling out a hefty fine to a French food preparation company, citing #datascraping without consent as the reason. Our lawyers explore the decision-> http://ow.ly/AMeg50E1H9S
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Data-Scraping: A Clear Limitation by the French Data Protection Authority on Direct Marketing Practices Using Data from Third Party Services https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/data-scraping-a-clear-limitation-by-the-3030936/ | by @KLGates
Cookies: New Awareness Campaign by the French Supervisory Authority http://dlvr.it/RtL74M
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