Scientific Litigation Support
Intellectual property infringement matters that involve pharmaceutical, biotechnology and life sciences products present unique challenges to legal counsel. This is due to the need to not only understand complex technical issues but also produce experimental data to support the position of the subject matter expert. To reduce this complexity, PharmaForensics Laboratories provides a full spectrum of scientific litigation support services that are solely focused on the needs of attorney clients.
Our confidential strategic consulting service provides critical pre-litigation analysis by PhD scientists. Our well-equipped, DEA-licensed laboratory is located in Ann Arbor Michigan, where we apply state of the art experimental techniques to a wide range of scientific questions involving chemical analysis, biochemical analysis, chemical synthesis, genomics & microbiology and genetics & molecular biology.
Our litigation support services are customized to meet the unique needs of our clients. For projects that require scientific equipment that isn't available in our laboratory, we have arrangements with the University of Michigan that allows us to access specialized instrumentation at their facility. We also have established relationships with several preferred partners who can provide us with confidential services such as DNA sequencing and animal husbandry.
When you hire PharmaForensics Laboratories for your matter, you get much more than a laboratory. You get a trusted partner who can provide you with personalized, customized, and timely consultation and technical services that are relevant to your matter. Unlike a contract laboratory, we don’t just give you results, we provide you with the expert analysis that complements your subject matter expert and provides additive value to your team.
If your litigation matter involves a pharmaceutical, biotechnology or life sciences product, contact us today to see how we can be the science behind your litigation. Find out what a growing number of clients already know.