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Kamleh Nicola is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Toronto office and a member of the North America Healthcare Steering Committee. A litigator whose practice is primarily in intellectual property and dispute resolution, Kamleh has successfully navigated cases through to resolution in a manner that maximizes benefits to her clients. She can efficiently manage the complexities of litigation without losing sight of the overall case strategy, especially where the case is litigated in multiple jurisdictions. In those instances, Kamleh works collaboratively with counsel and client contacts in those jurisdictions to ensure consistency in strategic approach. Kamleh also assists life science and medical device companies to navigate the complexities of the health regulatory regime and advises corporate directors and senior management on various aspects of governance and compliance. She has been recognized in Legal Media Group's 2013 to 2020 Guides to the World's Leading Women in Business Law and the World's Leading Patent Practitioners, as well as Who's Who Legal (Patents) and IAM Patent 1000 . Kamleh is an active member of the Firm's North American Diversity and Inclusion Committee and Anti-Racism Taskforce.

The Health Pod, Baker McKenzie’s industry podcast series, highlights sector-specific issues and trends that affect healthcare and life sciences companies. Episode 5: Japan Pharmaceuticals Market – Distinguishing Features and Industry Practice Japan accounts for approximately 7% of the global pharmaceuticals market and is the third-largest market in the world following…

The Health Pod, Baker McKenzie’s industry podcast series, highlights sector-specific issues and trends that affect healthcare and life sciences companies. Episode 5: Japan Pharmaceuticals Market – Distinguishing Features and Industry Practice Japan accounts for approximately 7% of the global pharmaceuticals market and is the third-largest market in the world following…

The Baker McKenzie Healthcare & Life Science Industry Group presented the first of a series of short webinars sharing legal industry insights and providing practical guidance in the context of today’s evolving world. On 17-18 November 2020, the session focused on a region-by-region view of the evolving compulsory licensing regimes during the COVID-19 pandemic.