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McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP a Proud Sponsor of 2015 iBIO IndEx

McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP (“MBHB”) is proud to be a sponsor of the iBIO IndEx 2015 set to take place from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on April 21, 2015 at the Hotel Orrington in Evanston, IL. Life sciences entrepreneurs, educators, researchers, investors and enthusiasts are encouraged to attend iBIO IndEx 2015—an exclusive once-a-year industry expo in the life sciences where attendees will be able to meet and network with life sciences pioneers and top thought leaders, researchers and service providers in the Midwest. Whether someone is a seasoned life science industry player or just entering the market, they are encouraged to attend an exciting industry expo—an annual event aimed at fostering meaningful partnerships in the growing Midwest life science and healthcare markets. iBIO IndEx 2015 is a place to converge and connect with key thought leaders and peers from diverse backgrounds, and emerge with new insight to help drive industry-wide growth and transformation. iBIO IndEx 2015 is the springboard to novel life science ideas in our region.

MBHB is proud to sponsor a program at iBIO IndEx 2015 entitled, “Life Sciences Deal Terms Behind the Veil: Global Life Sciences Royalty Rate and Deal Terms Survey 2014,” set to take place from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. MBHB partner Patrick Gattari will serve as moderator for this program. The program description is as follows:

LES USA/Canada and LES International have partnered to conduct a landmark GLOBAL survey of royalty rates and deal terms for deals conducted in the past two years focusing on pharmaceutical, diagnostics, and drug delivery. The results represent deals submitted by over 200 companies, with approximately one-half of the deals submitted by companies outside the USA and Canada. Most of the information is not available in any other public format. Typically, many sources of information on biopharmaceutical royalty rates and deal terms rely on either Freedom of Information (FOI) sources from public companies in the United States, which only represent “material” deals that are generally more than five years old, or rely on press releases or public announcements which are often positioned for maximum publicity or promotional impact. Therefore, the timely and non¬public nature of the information in this presentation is invaluable for companies doing deals in today’s tumultuous environment.

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