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Regulatory Roundtable Immersion Series

State of the Healthcare Union: A Review of 2016 Key Events, A Look into the 2017 Healthcare Agenda and Practical Tips for Living in Current Times

Cooley – 3175 Hanover Street
Palo Alto, CA

Cooley’s Regulatory Immersion Roundtable Series is an invitation-only series for senior company executives and investors. It is designed to provide insight, real-life examples and practical tips for addressing the most significant legal and compliance topics relevant to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies in late stage development or early commercialization.

Please join Cooley’s health regulatory experts and fellow executives for an informal, interactive discussion regarding the state of the current healthcare union and its outlook for 2017. This session will provide an update on key 2016 regulatory and compliance developments, including industry settlements and other Congressional and enforcement activity, transparency developments, legislative updates and FDA actions. Topics will include patient assistance programs, pricing and First Amendment developments. This session will then take a look at the fast-paced developments that have already occurred in 2017 and discuss the healthcare agenda for the remainder of the year. We also will discuss practical tips for living in a shifting and uncertain healthcare environment.

Sarah diFrancescsa – Partner, Cooley
Wendy Goldstein – Partner, Cooley

Visit Cooley's Healthcare Regulatory Blog, TheBeat@CooleyHealth, for additional resources and information.

Cooley LLP certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 2.0 hours. Cooley LLP is a MCLE approved activity provider.

Cooley LLP has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York 12/31/15-12/31/18.
NY CLE Credit: 1.0 credit in professional practice. The format of this program provides non-transitional and transitional credit. The content of this course is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.

For more information, please email Leah Lowery or call +1 858 550 6465.

Related Contacts
Wendy Goldstein Partner, New York
Sarah diFrancesca Partner, New York