This book provides an overview and practical guidance in life sciences law to readers in Switzerland and worldwide. Focusing on medicinal products and medical devices, it follows the value chain from ..
Barbara Schroeder de Castro Lopes | Judith Schallnau
Life Sciences Law
This book provides an overview and practical guidance in life
sciences law to readers in Switzerland and worldwide such as in-house
and external counsels, scientists, entrepreneurs, technology transfer
professionals, engineers, national and foreign investors and students.
on medicinal products and medical devices, this book follows the value
chain from the bench to the market and includes numerous graphs and
tables to summarize and illustrate key points. It provides readers from
different backgrounds with practical advice and a glossary, and includes
references to further information. An important part addresses
cross-cutting issues relevant for any phase of a product life cycle,
such as intellectual property rights, commercial agreements, dispute
resolution, competition law, data protection, and financing.
the book focuses on Swiss law, it takes into account the international
scope of life sciences-related transactions by referencing European
Union law and presenting selected topics relevant for life sciences
stakeholders operating in the USA and China.
de Castro Lopes is in-house counsel in a large pharmaceutical
corporation. Previously she worked for the Swiss government, at a Swiss
federal court and in a leading Swiss law firm. Judith Schallnau is also
in-house counsel in a large pharmaceutical corporation. She worked at
the World Intellectual Property Organization, at a large research centre
and as outside counsel.