Five Saul Ewing attorneys write chapters for book on commercializing pharmaceuticals
Five Saul Ewing partners are among the co-authors of this book that provides an overview of the key business, regulatory and legal issues likely to arise when a company is commercializing a pharmaceutical drug in the United States. The topics they cover include:
- “The Basics About Patents,” “ How to Get a Patent” and “Copyright Protection, “ all written by Mark D. Simpson, chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology Practice
- “Form the Appropriate Legal Entity and Manage Important Tax Issues” by Robert H. Louis and Marshall B. Paul, both partners in the Corporate Governance Practice.
- “Develop Contracts for Your Employees, Including Executive Compensation/Incentives and Employee Benefits Packages” by Harriet E. Cooperman, a partner in the Labor and Employment Practice and Robert H. Louis
- “Best Practices for Corporate Governance” by Craig F. Zappetti, a partner in the Corporate Governance Practice
The book was published by the Food and Drug Law Institute, a non-profit organization focused on food and drug law issues.