Licensing Agreements In Pharma

Posted by Admin on Apr 10, 2021 in Uncategorized |

And as pharmaceutical investors become more aware, there are few drugs to the blockbuster. “The industry is the victim of its own past successes,” Hurley said in an article for The New York Times. “To thrive, you need drugs that work better than the blockbusters of the past.” More and more biotech and pharmaceutical companies are taking active steps to avoid (1) conflicts of cooperation and licensing; and (2) to resolve disputes that arise without resorting to litigation. There are a number of non-procedural strategies to help companies cope with uncertainties related to cooperation and licensing agreements, including: Key Topics Covered: Executive SummaryChapter 1 – IntroductionChapter 2 – Trends in licensing deal making2.1. Introduction2.2. Definition of licensing agreements2.3. Success factors for licensing contracts2.4. When licensing can be useful2.5. Licensing agreements.2.6. Development of licensing agreements since 20142.6.1.

License agreement year after year since 20142.6.2. Licensing agreement after development phase since 20142.6.3. Licensing agreement by industry sector since 20142.6.4. License agreement by therapeutic area since 20142.6.5. Licensing agreement by technology type since 20142.6.6. Licensing contract by the most active company since 20142.7. License option2.8. Added co-promotion to the mix2.9. The Future of Licensing ContractsChaptre 3 – Overview of the structure of the licensing agreement3.1. Introduction3.2. Pure in relation to multi-component licensing operations3.3.

Pure licensing agreement structure3.3.1. Example of licensing agreements3.3.1.a. Case Study 1: Ignyta – Nerviano Medical Sciences3.3.1.b. Case Study 2: Sanofi – Pozen3.4. Licensing fees under a broader alliance agreement3.4.1. License clause 3.4.1.a. Case Study 3: 4D Molecular Therapeutics – UniQure3.4.1.b. Case Study 4: Kyowa Hakko Kirin – Ultragenyx Pharmaceuticals3.4.2. Examples of licensing option clauses3.4.2.a.

Case Study 5: Forest Laboratories – Trevena3.4.2.b. Case study 6: Abbvie – ReceptosChapitre 4 – Leading Licensing Contracts4.1. Introduction4.2. Top licensing offers by valueChapitre 5 – Top 25 most active license manufacturers5.1. Introduction5.2. Top 25 most active licenseesChapitre 6 – Term financials6.1 licensing agreement. Introduction6.2. Licensing for headline values 6.3.

Prepayment licence agreement6.4. License contract MeilensteinZahlungen6.5. Royalty rateChapt 7 – List of licensing agreements since 20147.1. Introduction7.2. Licensing by Branch 3 – Licensing by Development Level-Annex 4 – Licensing by Technology Type- Licensing for Stores by Branch 3 – Licensing of Agreements by Development Level-Annex 4 – Licensing of Agreements by Technology TypeMore information on this report, see www.researchandmarkets.com/r/8l2p4d The cost of developing and marketing drugs and devices increases, the focus will be on cooperation and licensing agreements. A company`s efforts to structure and implement strong and effective cooperation and licensing agreements have the potential to pay off on the way to a huge salary. Of course, the best time to plan for possible cooperation and licensing disputes is at the beginning, during negotiations over duration and contract.

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