Our lawyers work at the intersection of technology, commerce, and law, helping clients develop and commercialize newer, safer, and better ways of achieving plant vitality, pest control, and animal breeding.
A large part of our practice involves data compensation issues, where we help independent companies protect their rights and their data around the world.
In unique cases, we work with companies in multi-track efforts to develop, test, and register their technology or product simultaneously. We address layered and duplicate agency statutes in advance to help clients move their product to market as efficiently as possible.
Our focus also extends to the area of genome editing. As we anticipate significant opportunities for both established and new enterprises, we are committed to monitoring this area where it intersects with the law and to passing helpful information to our clients.
On the transactional side of biotech deals, our team works with buyers of companies to obtain data and proper licenses so they can begin operating on day one. For companies selling their business or divesting particular parts, we help them get data and licenses into the right hands to successfully close the deal.
Often, we draw on the specific expertise of other Beveridge & Diamond environmental lawyers in various environmental disciplines in order to meet client objectives with the least disruption to their enterprise.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Biotechnology & Pesticides Regulation Group