We had a successful Fast Break on HealthTech Startups last month. The program, led by Morgan Lewis corporate partners Andy Ray (@AMRayEsq) and Jeff Bodle (@jeffbodle), explored a lot of the things that might affect the relationship between capital investors, including corporate venture capital and startup entrepreneurs. We discussed a bit about the background of how a startup begins and explored the process through which a successful startup begins to obtain capital, especially when integrating vertically with potential buyers of their products (not just their business). This Fast Break also touched on some of the common healthcare regulatory issues we have to contend with on both the startup and the corporate side during diligence. If you’d like to take a listen, here is a recording of the program.
Now in its ninth year, our annual Technology May-rathon focuses on all things tech – including issues, trends, and developments of interest to Health Law Scan readers. So be sure to check out and register for some of the webinars and in-person programs below:
May 7 - Digital Health Privacy: Avoiding the Landmines featuring Reece Hirsch
May 14 - Development of Blockchain in Healthcare featuring Jonelle Saunders
May 16 - Fast Break: Digital Health Regulatory Update featuring Michele Buenafe and Jake Harper
May 20 - Making It Personal: Regulatory Challenges and Opportunities featuring Kathleen Sanzo, Michele Buenafe, and Jacqueline Berman
May 22 - Advancements in Telehealth Law featuring Jake Harper and Anthony Ferrara
May 22 - Opportunities in Food and Agricultural Tech featuring Robert Hibbert
May 23 - Latest Developments in IP, FDA, and AI featuring Michele Buenafe and Christopher Halliday
And don’t forget our Technology May-rathon page for our full list of events on AI, Global Commerce, Fintech, and much more.
In case you’ve missed it, we’ve been running the Morgan Lewis Fast Break webinar series for more than two years now. The series examines a variety of different health law topics, from the old standards—Stark Law and Corporate Integrity Agreements, etc.—to topics on cutting-edge technology and legal developments such as Blockchain or our recent session on GDPR compliance. What we love about this series is that we get to highlight topics that may not be top of mind for many healthcare companies, helping listeners identify problems before they arise in their own practices or organizations. And as we explore these areas, we get to learn a lot as well.