Published on : Apr 15, 2016
ALBANY, New York, April 15, 2016: A thorough understanding of the flexibility of a prospective partnering deal provides critical insights into the overall negotiation process in terms of what the parties can expect from the negotiation. A new report, titled “Global Drug Addiction Partnering 2010 to 2016,” recently added to the repository of ResearchMoz.us provides access to valuable information pertaining to the most popular partnership deals and agreements entered into by the most prominent companies in the healthcare industry.
Information included in the report is obtained through in-depth primary and secondary research methods. Valuable insights from veterans in the industry are also analyzed to provide an in-depth understanding of the impact of the latest and prospective drug addiction partnering in the overall healthcare industry. Besides, the report also examines the implications of top trends in partnering deals. Top deals by value and their impact on the prevailing dynamics of the healthcare industry are also studied in the report in detail.
A majority of the drug addiction partnering deals are still in discovery or developmental stage whereby a majority of licensee obtains a license or right to license the licensor’s technology. These deals have multicomponent characteristics. They commence from collaborative R&D and then continue until commercialization of the outcomes.
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Whilst most of the smaller companies operating in the industry may seek details pertaining to the payment clause in popular drug addiction partnering deals, the most significant information relates to the terms of how payments are generated. The contract documents included in the report provide insights into such valuable information, which might not be a part of press releases announcing these partnerships.
This is a data-rich report containing multiple links to online copies of the most prominent drug addiction partnering deals and contract documents submitted by various enterprises and their partners to the Securities Exchange Commission. Contract documents include valuable information pertaining to the prospective partners’ flexibility on various concerns, many of which may influence each party’s potential of deriving value from the deal.
The first chapter of the report provides information pertaining to the partnering trends since 2010, including a summary of partnering deals by deal type, industry, stage of development, and technology type. The following chapter provides a snapshot of the most active companies in the therapy sector, including an all-inclusive list of deals announced by each company.
Beside the aforementioned information, the report also provides a comprehensive directory of the deals announced and signed since 2010. A holistic overview of the mergers and acquisition deals that have taken place since 2010 is also included in the report.
The report is therefore compiled with the intent of updating prospective dealmakers about the key aspects to keep in mind while finalizing drug addiction partnering in research, development, as well as commercialization in therapy and products.
Information included in the report is obtained from trusted industrial sources. Using industry-leading analytical tools, information is then scrutinized, filtered, and then presented in a logical chapter-wise format.
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