GSAS Harvard Biotech Club and Morrison & Foerster’s New Course

MoFo & GSAS Harvard Biotech Club’s new course, “Legal Topics for Scientists, Entrepreneurs, and Start Ups,” started on November 11, with more than 100 life sciences graduate students, post-docs, and industry professionals. The Harvard Biotech Club is a student organization that seeks to bridge …›

Legal Topics for Scientists, Entrepreneurs, and Start Ups

The GSAS Harvard Biotech Club and Morrison & Foerster course on Legal Topics for Scientists, Entrepreneurs, and Start Ups features a combination of lectures and interactive workshops and is designed for students, post-docs, entrepreneurs, and investors with life sciences and tech backgrounds to learn …›

Life Sciences Startup: Top Things to Keep in Mind About Formation and License Agreements

During our fifth Patent Law Course session offered by Morrison & Foerster and GSAS Harvard Biotech Club , Steve Rowles, firmwide co-chair of the Emerging Companies & Venture Capital Group, chair of MoFo’s San Diego Corporate Group, and managing partner of the San Diego …›

The New ABC's: Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and How Each Compliments the Other

Artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain technology are two novel innovations that offer the opportunity for us to move beyond our legacy systems and streamline enterprise management and compliance in ways previously unimaginable. Each technology augments the strengths and tempers the weaknesses of the other. …›

MoFo Hosts “Israeli Innovation in Healthcare” Event in Palo Alto

Last week, Morrison & Foerster’s Israel practice hosted a program in our Palo Alto office titled, “Israeli Innovation in Healthcare,” in collaboration with the Israel Economic Mission to the West Coast. The program featured Professor Karen Avraham, Vice Dean of Tel Aviv University’s Faculty …›

Morrison & Foerster Hosts 2nd Annual Blockchain Healthcare Summit

Five Morrison & Foerster attorneys recently participated in the 2nd Annual Blockchain Healthcare Summit in our New York City office, and provided an overview of the current state of the industry, including a discussion of blockchain-enabled applications for compliance, privacy, practitioner credentialing, patient medical …›

An Easier Road to a Hong Kong Listing for Biotech Companies

In June 2017, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (“HKEx”) initiated a holistic review of the Hong Kong listing regime to enhance its overall competitiveness against other major global listing venues, in particular to attract companies from emerging and innovative sectors. During this review, the …›