- Bech-Bruun News
- 14 February 2017
Bech-Bruun extends a warm welcome to three new employees within life sciences and healthcare
Bech-Bruun expands within life sciences & healthcare by adding three new members to our staff. Earlier this year, Martin Dræbye Gantzhorn joined Bech-Bruun as a partner within the practice area.
As part of the positive trend experienced by Bech-Bruun within life sciences, we have hired three new lawyers , thus strengthening Bech-Bruun's position as one of the leading law firms in the Nordic region within life sciences and healthcare.
Emil Bjerrum, lawyer, MBA, specialises in regulatory and commercial law matters within life sciences and healthcare.
From her previous employment with the Danish Medicines Agency, the pharmaceutical industry and the academic world, Lise Aagaard, Junior Associate, has in-depth knowledge of regulatory issues in relation to the approval and monitoring of the safety of pharmaceutical products. Most recently, Lise was employed as a professor of clinical pharmacy at the University of Southern Denmark.
Armin Sarvan is a Junior Associate, primarily specialising in patent law and legal proceedings, mainly within life sciences and healthcare.
With the addition of the three new lawyers and Martin Dræbye Gantzhorn, Partner, on 1 January, the Bech-Bruun life sciences team includes 10 legal advisers, and - as the only law firm in Denmark - Bech-Bruun is now able to offer clients a platform of legal advisory services not only comprising commercial and legal, but also technical/scientific aspects.