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Podcast: BMS and Bird & Bird on doing major deals in a pandemic

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 L to R: Henry Hadad, James Baillieu, Sally Shorthose

Max Walters joins Sally Shorthose and James Baillieu of Bird & Bird and Henry Hadad of Bristol Myers Squibb to discuss how COVID-19 has shaped transactional work

In the last 10 months, we have all become accustomed to working remotely and doing things differently. For lawyers, one of the impacts has been on major deals, particularly those with a cross-jurisdictional focus.

In Managing IP’s latest podcast, panellists from Bristol Myers Squibb and Bird & Bird share their thoughts on whether efficiency has increased, if we have said goodbye to paper for good, and whether we are in a licensor or licensee market. 

To learn more about completing deals in a pandemic, and for a preview of the year ahead, check out our 40-minute podcast by clicking on the link above.

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