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II Forum on Logistics in E-Commerce

I International Forum on Personalised Medicine 
The First International Forum on Personalised Medicine will take place on the 2 March 2016 in Warsaw. It is the first project of this magnitude that will gather in one place and time representatives of medical science, pharmaceutical industry, manufacturers of diagnostic equipment, professional and regional associations, as well as politicians and scientists who are interested in the development of personalised medicine in Poland and across the world. The event will be attended by Marta Goląb Gadomska and Gerard Karp.

Discussed issues will include, among others:
the place of personalised medicine in the development of medical sciences
personalised medicine in clinical practice
interdisciplinarity in personalised medicine
ethical conditions and legal environment for the functioning of personalised medicine
financial and organisational challenges for the health care system using the personalised medicine solutions. 

The last item of the forum will be the declaration of the Polish Coalition of Personalised Medicine. The document will be presented by prof. Jacek Fijuth, Chairman of the Polish Society of Oncology. Wierzbowski Eversheds is a founding member of the Coalition.

During the forum the book "Personalised Medicine. Myths, facts, recommendation", edited by Adam Fronczak, will have its premiere. The authors of the chapter "Legal Environment for personalised medicine - chosen aspects" are Marta Gadomska-Gołąb and Gerard Karp.

Event is organised by the Institute for Health Protection, Employers Union of Innovative Pharmaceutical Companies - INFARMA and the Association for Good Clinical Trials Practice in Poland - GCPpl

Honorary patron of the forum is the Health Ministry.

More information>  http://www.medycynapersonalizowana.pl

Wierzbowski Eversheds is a legal partner of the II Forum on Logistics in E-Commerce, held on 24 January  in Warsaw. The speakers will include Paweł Lipski, partner co-managing the practice of intellectual property and e-business.

The aim of the conference is to present the latest solutions to improve the e-commerce logistics, enhancing customer satisfaction and capable of providing e-shops with a competitive edge in both the domestic and foreign markets.

This year's conference will show the current trends in Polish and European e-commerce with the emphasis on the use of mobile devices in online shopping and their impact on logistics. Aspects relating to e-commerce legislative and regulatory environment will also be presented, including the results of e-shops’ inspections in 2016, assessing their adaptation to the requirements of the law on consumer rights and the recent changes in the regulations concerning the protection of personal data.

Topics of the presentations are directed at both large and medium-sized e-shops, as well as smaller retailers increasing the scale of their activities or presenting their offer to foreign e-customers.

Paweł Lipski will speak on: Arbitration in cross-border commerce – new regulations.

The programme and registration form available on the organiser's website >