Biotechnology Law is a specialized field of law closely related to pharmaceutical law. It deals with novel scientific inventions in the biotechnology field. Biotechnology and biotech are used interchangeably in today's legal world, where biotechnology and biotech law are used to describe the legal aspects of biotechnology and its related fields.

Biotechnology is the manipulation of microorganisms to perform specific processes. It often involves transferring genes from one living entity into another or a synthetic compound using advanced recombinant DNA technology.

Biotechnology consists of any technological application that uses living organisms, their derivatives, or bioprocesses to modify or make products for specific use.

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Pharmaceutical companies spend billions of dollars creating, developing, testing, and preparing a drug/product for the market.' As these changes come from scientific and legislative developments, this legal practice area can be challenging. Companies and scientists must struggle with complex issues involving financial backing, business agreements, intellectual property rights, drawn-out regulatory proceedings, and other challenges and obstacles spread over a lengthy period.

Four government agencies handle the regulation of biotechnology in the United States:
  • The federal Agriculture department (DOA)
  • The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
  • The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  • The National Institutes of Health (NIH)

This regulatory landscape means that companies wishing to enter the biotech field must deal with several regulatory bodies with different rules and approval processes. It's no wonder entering the biotech area can seem daunting.