Tuesday, March 25, 2008

UPDATE: Boulder Biotechnology Company Tree

It appears as though the link broke in yesterday's RSS feed for the Boulder Biotechnology Company Tree .pdf.

Here is the link: http://ab.rubenstein.googlepages.com/boulderbiotechtreeoct07

My apologies for any frustrations and a hearty thank you to the ever vigilant wonder-attorney Jeff Bojar, JD, MS of Snell & Wilmer who pointed out the error to me.

This provides me an opportunity to highlight Jeff’s practice. For those of you seeking legal support for your life science entity Jeff proves to be a true triple-threat attorney who is able to connect first and importantly with your scientific endeavors. That is enabled via his graduate work in neurobiology and pharmaco-physics. Secondly, Jeff is a registered patent attorney, therefore enabling not only a comprehensive understanding of your entities core asset(s) but too how your assets are protected. Finally, Jeff’s practice is concentrated in business and finance, with emphasis on technology transfer, corporate, securities, and commercial transactions, including venture capital and all aspects of representing emerging life science companies. Back that all up with the depth and breadth of Snell & Wilmer, established in 1938, one of the largest full-service law firms in the Western US, with more than 400 attorneys in six law offices located throughout the region. If you are searching for representation with a reputation for distinguished service, exceptional legal skills, quick response and practical solutions with the highest level of professional integrity then contact Jeff Bojar.


*NOTE* Feel the power of the Colorado BioScience Association (HERE)!
*NOTE* Take a look at the new Boulder Biotech Company Tree (HERE)!
*NOTE* Read the new eBook CLSDF 2007 - What's In A Year? (HERE)!

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