October 10, 2018
Fitch Even partner Mark A. Borsos contributed a chapter to Early Drug Development: Bringing a Preclinical Candidate to the Clinic, a multi-author book recently published by John Wiley & Sons in hard copy and e-book formats. This comprehensive resource is intended to assist those within the pharmaceutical industry to navigate the challenges of developing and testing drug products. Its broad scope brings together critical knowledge from over 80 contributors in many disciplines ranging from process technology to pharmacology to intellectual property.
Mark’s chapter, “Patent Protection Strategy,” focuses on intellectual property issues to consider when developing new drugs and discusses high-level strategies to increase the value of patents as a business asset.
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