Life Sciences Law (in a nutshell) (Paperback)

Life Sciences Law (in a nutshell) By Barbara Schroeder de Castro Lopes, Judith Schallnau Cover Image

Life Sciences Law (in a nutshell) (Paperback)


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This book provides an overview and practical guidance in life sciences law. Focusing on medicinal products and medical devices, it follows the value chain from the bench to the market. The main topics addressed include recent regulatory developments and cross-cutting issues relevant for any phase of a product life cycle, such as intellectual property rights, commercial agreements, dispute resolution, incorporation and fundraising, competition law, and data protection. Written for readers with diverse backgrounds, the book provides practical advice, case studies, references to further information, a glossary, and numerous graphs and tables to highlight key points. Though focusing on Swiss law, the book presents selected topics relevant for operations in the, EU, the US, and China.
Barbara Schroeder de Castro Lopes is in-house counsel in a large life sciences company. Previously, she worked for the Swiss federal government and judiciary.

Judith Schallnau is in-house counsel in a large life sciences company. She worked at the World Intellectual Property Organization, at a leading research centre, and as external counsel.

Product Details ISBN: 9783038910251
ISBN-10: 3038910252
Publisher: Dike Publishers
Publication Date: May 21st, 2019
Pages: 369
Language: English
Series: in a nutshell