Partnerships between biotechnology scientists, researchers and large pharmaceutical companies are a key factor in the growth of the biotechnology industry, which relies on collaboration and a pooling of skill sets for its survival. Typically, biotech scientists and researchers lack the expertise and capital required to market and manufacture their products, while large pharmaceutical companies don't have the level of research required to produce new biotech products themselves. Sustaining the symbiotic partnerships between all of the players in the biotechnology arena is the goal of our biotechnology law practice.
Effective biotechnology representation requires attorneys who can handle issues in a wide variety of legal areas, including:
- Complex corporate alliances - pharmaceutical companies, teaching hospitals, scientists
- Financial transactions
- Intellectual property
- International and domestic investments
The biotechnology industry has specific issues that distinguish it from other endeavors. Our attorneys have the skill and experience in intellectual property, finance, negotiating joint ventures and joint partnerships, international law and securities that is required to successfully see a product through development, marketing and sales.