PROGRAM SCHEDULED for June 2-6, 2014 | Prague, Czech Republic
November 17-21, 2014 | Paris, France
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The pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries are increasingly facing a more challenging regulatory and enforcement landscape throughout Europe. This intensive, multi-day educational and training program addresses the myriad of legal, regulatory and compliance issues faced by pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device manufacturers doing business in Europe.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Legal, regulatory and compliance professionals and advisors working within the European pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries.
- International faculty include high-level government regulators, health and legal scholars, in-house and outside counsel, consultants and industry compliance professionals.
- Session topics include anti-corruption laws, third-party risk, European healthcare reimbursement and delivery programs, anti-trust/competition law, development, advertising and promotion of drugs and devices, fraud investigations and the European enforcement landscape, OECD directives, industry codes, privacy laws and much more.
- Attendees will receive a joint certificate issued by Seton Hall Law School and SciencesPo upon completion of the Program.
- Attendees may apply for NY or NJ CLE credit
The European Healthcare Compliance Certification Program is held at the Prague Marriott Hotel, V Celnici 8 Prague, 110 00 Czech Republic.
A special discounted room rate has been reserved at the Prague Marriott Hotel. To obtain this special rate, please reserve you room by May 2, 2014. Reservations may be made by phone by calling +420 2 2288 8822 or fax +420 2 2182 2333. Please use our Group Code: SM7SM7A Hotel Website: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/prgdt-prague-marriott-hotel
Please note that the Program tuition does not include hotel accommodations.
COST & REGISTRATION
Tuition for the Program: €3,000 for registration by April 4, 2014 and €3,500 after April 4, 2014.
To request more information regarding the European Healthcare Compliance Certification Program, please click here to submit a 'Request for Information' form. You may also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973-642-8871.