Five Saul Ewing attorneys write chapters for book on commercializing pharmaceuticals

Five Saul Ewing attorneys write chapters for book on commercializing pharmaceuticals
Bringing Your Pharmaceutical Drug to Market
Harriet E. Cooperman, Robert H. Louis, Marshall B. Paul, Mark D. Simpson and Craig F. Zappetti

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.