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in vitro Skin Tissue Model in Topical Product Development


Topical diseases are becoming increasingly attractive to the pharmaceutical industry as an expanding and profitable sector. Once considered a niche therapeutic segment, today skin diseases collectively outnumber conditions such as obesity, hypertension and cancer. 1,090 more words

Product Development

Netherlands corporate tax haven in the spotlight

Source: tax justice network 14 July 2017

“The status of the Netherlands as a corporate tax haven is coming under increasing scrutiny. A recent investigation… 147 more words


A Rum Do

Source: Marks & Clerk via mondaq.com, 11 July 2017

“Captain Morgan has not found imitation to be the sincerest form of flattery and in a swashbuckling face-off, has forced Admiral Nelson to retreat from Canadian liquor store shelves.” 109 more words


Canada Revenue Authority will not seek leave to appeal BP Canada decision

Source: Thorsteinssons LLP via International Law Office, 30 June 2017

“In BP Canada Energy Company v Minister of National Revenue (2017 FCA 61), the Federal Court of Appeal imposed important restrictions on the use of Section 231.1(1) audit powers by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). 213 more words


Resources for Topical Generic Product Development

With many blockbuster brand drugs at or near the edge of the so called “patent cliff”, and with significant technical hurdles in biosimilar development, some generic companies are shifting their attention to additional dosage forms or niche products to create product portfolio diversity. 1,126 more words

Product Development

"Google not liable for back taxes in France"

Source: bbc.co.uk 12 July 2017

“Google will not have to pay 1.1bn euros (£970m) in back taxes, after the technology giant won a legal case brought by the French authorities. 24 more words


Flea Prevention

If there’s one thing that even cats and dogs can agree on, it’s this: no one likes fleas! They make your pet itchy and uncomfortable and can be a pain to get rid of. 551 more words