Jaspreet Takhar

Associate
Baker & McKenzie Services Limited

Biography

Jaspreet is an associate in the Tech & Commercial department of Baker McKenzie's London office. She joined Baker McKenzie as a trainee in March 2013 and was admitted as a Solicitor of England and Wales in March 2015 following a secondment to Unilever.

Practice Focus

Jaspreet's practice focuses on the tech and life sciences sectors, and she drafts and negotiates a range of domestic and international agreements in these spaces.

Jaspreet also regularly advises on commercial and regulatory issues in the healthcare space, including uses of patient / healthcare professional personal data, applied AI, research collaborations, contracting for goods and services in the healthcare space, and supply chain issues. Jaspreet has a particular interest in the intersection between tech and healthcare.

Representative Legal Matters

  • Drafting and negotiating agreements for the procurement of transportation and warehousing services from a number of suppliers across Europe and Asia on behalf of a large pharmaceutical company.

  • Drafting and negotiating a range of software licensing and technology agreements, including to procure medical datasets and software on behalf of a technology company seeking to develop diagnostic software and tools.

  • Advising a medtech company on entering into a collaboration with an NHS trust to set up a new lab to provide certain diagnostic services to other hospitals around the UK.

  • Advising various pharmaceutical companies, medtech companies and technology companies on the use of patient data and the data of healthcare professionals for a range of purposes, including as part of supply chain management, for direct marketing, and for the development of healthcare technologies.

  • Advising a pharmaceutical company on the launch of an app for patients intended to form part of a disease awareness campaign, and advising on related publicity.

  • Advising a pharmaceutical company on facilitating market access to unlicensed medicines across the Middle East and outside the EU through early access to medicine schemes.

  • Advising a biopharmaceutical company and a technology company on regulatory requirements in respect of medical research, including ethics committee approvals and data privacy.

Admissions

  • England & Wales~United Kingdom (2015)

Education

  • College of Law (Legal Practice Course Distinction) (2012)
  • King's College London, UK (LLB (Hons) Law with European Legal Studies) (First Class) (2011)

Languages

  • English

Publications

 Author, "Practice Note on the Regulation of E-Cigarettes," LexisPSL, February 2019