22 September 2016

New Service Targets HealthTech Startups in Australia

HealthTech Startup Service offers flexibility as you need it

Startups and early stage HealthTech businesses have a real opportunity for growth in the Australian and Asia Pacific markets thanks to the convergence between healthcare and technology. But challenges such as complex regulation mean businesses need access to legal advice in corporate, employment, intellectual property and many other areas if they are to be successful.  

As the sole law firm ranked Band 1 in the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Chambers Asia Pacific Life Sciences rankings, and the only law firm ranked Band 1 for the 6th year in a row for Technology & Communications in Chambers Global, we are ideally placed to meet these needs through the Baker McKenzie HealthTech Startup Service.

The service, which is available in Australia to approved HealthTech startups and early stage businesses, helps companies to:

  • Become investor friendly
  • Avoid common legal traps and manage personal risk
  • Protect valuable intellectual property
  • Give access to dedicated legal experts when needed
  • Control legal costs

For more information about why we have created this service, watch this video featuring Ben McLaughlin, head of our Asia Pacific Healthcare Group, and James Halliday, a partner in the Corporate team in our Sydney office.

If you have any questions about this service, please email: ozhealthtechstartup@bakermckenzie.com

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