Bringing Your Medical Device to Market

Bringing Your Medical Device to Market
2001
John B. Reiss, Editor; Bruce D. Armon, Co-editor; David S. Antzis, Bruce D. Armon, John J. Barrett, Jr., Harriet E. Cooperman, Katayun I. Jaffari, James F. Kilcur, Robert H. Louis, Scott D. Patterson, Marshall B. Paul, Co-authors; et al.
Food and Drug Law Institute

Bringing Your Medical Device to Market guides medical device manufacturers through the complex process of bringing a new product to market. This collaborative publication, edited by John B. Reiss, Ph.D., J.D., Partner and Co-Chair of the Health Law Practice Group, and written by several Saul Ewing attorneys, was published by the Washington, D.C.-based Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI).

Bringing Your Medical Device to Market offers practical advice and step-by-step development tips for manufacturers, attorneys, healthcare professionals, and others. With participation by attorneys from Saul Ewing’s Business and Finance Department, Health Law Practice Group, Insurance Practice Group, Intellectual Property Practice Group, Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Practice Group and Litigation Department, the book covers all aspects of the device development cycle, including necessary legal forms, business plan production, receiving FDA approval, obtaining payment for a device, product liability, and marketing the device successfully.

Bringing Your Medical Device to Market is available for purchase from the FDLI website.