We fit the contract’s risk mitigation language to your circumstances. Using our knowledge of the law and industry norms, we navigate the complicated and often messy job of mitigating risk. We help you understand and weigh the risks so that you can make informed business decisions.
Clients turn to us for easy-to-digest explanations of complex terms. We help you understand and weigh the risks so that you can make informed business decisions.
Risk comes in many forms: indemnification, subject injury, limitation of liability, insurance, cybersecurity, fraud and abuse, regulatory compliance and more. The first step for mitigating risk is to identify the risks and to understand your pain points and your company policies. There is a lot at stake. We help clients do this every day.
We guide you through the various interrelated risk mitigation provisions in your contracts. We explain difficult concepts in plain English to help you figure out what matters. Then we build your decisions into your documents.
We believe in balance and fairness. Well-crafted contracts appropriately allocate risk between the parties. We use our deep legal and industry knowledge to help our clients mitigate risk.
We have been negotiating contracts (and other things…ask our families) for years. We understand each side’s motivations. For revisions that we expect to be more contentious, we explain our rationale while seeking to accommodate the other side.
All business involves risk. From protecting study subjects to complying with regulations to protecting business assets, we can help you mitigate your risk so that you can get down to business. Common risks that our clients face include:
Clinical studies involve research using human volunteers. Risks to study subjects include subject injury and data breaches.
Life sciences entities operate in a highly regulated industry. Regulatory risk includes complying with:+
Life sciences contracting involves a complex web of interrelated concerns. Business threat risk includes:+
• Data rights
• Cybersecurity concerns
• Intellectual property rights
• Confidentiality obligations
• Publication rights
• Payment obligations
• Indemnification obligations
• Liability caps
• Subject injury coverage
• Insurance requirements
• Contractual warranties
All business involves risk. We can give you best practices or simply review for dealbreakers. Taking our cue from you, we advise at the level you need.