The book is written to help lawyers faced with the challenge of identifying the legal issues and processes that must be faced by their clients in building, marketing, and protecting a biotech business. The contributors are experts in this specialized area and provide thorough, yet accessible, overviews of biotech subspecialties with an eye to practical application. A biotech legal practice involves specialized subject matter and regulatory schemes that, generally, are not part of the business lawyer's repertoire and which can present many hazards for the uninitiated. Because of the expansion in biotech practice beyond the traditional organizations and their representatives, this guide was written to help lawyers find their way through the biotech maze.It is standard practice that all employees are expected to enter into confidentiality agreements and invention rights agreements that ... While non-competition agreements are desirable from an employera#39;s perspective, the laws of many states limit their enforceability, and ... areas to grow cultures, hazardous waste removal services, clean-room manufacturing space, and a well-designed security system.
|Title||:||Biotechnology and the Law|
|Author||:||Hugh B. Wellons, Eileen Smith Ewing|
|Publisher||:||American Bar Association - 2007|