Boston University School of Law held four sessions of the Biotech Law Symposium ("Symposium") in 1997. Professor Michael Baram, professor of law and Director of the Boston University Center for Law and Technology, devised and directed the Symposium, held under the auspices of the Center for Law and Technology. Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault, LLP, a Boston law firm that receives national recognition for leadership in the emerging technology and venture capital communities, sponsored the Symposium.
Financing the Biotech Industry: Can the Risks Be Reduced?
Ronald Cass, Joshua Lerner, Farah H. Champsi, Stanley C. Erck, Jonathan R. Beckwith, Leslie E. Davis and Henri A. Termeer
Probing the Human Genome: Who Owns Genetic Information?
Lawrence Wittenberg, Edmund Pitcher, Dean Charles DeLisi, Michael Gollin, and Wendy McGoodwin
Gene Therapy: Legal, Financial and Ethical Issues
Paula Campbell, Gina Maranto, Charles R. Cantor, Leonard H. Glantz, and Frances H. Miller
Transgenic Agriculture: Biosafety and International Trade
Michael Baram, Calestous Juma, Sheldon Krimsky, and Rufus C. King
Articles & Columns
The Electronic Paper Trail: Evidentiary Obstacles to Discovery and Admission of Electronic Evidence
Christine Sgarlata Chung and David J. Byer
Patents and Insurance: Who Will pay for Reimbursement?
David A. Gauntlett
Grocery Store Frequent Shopper Club Cards: A Window into Your Home
The Electronic Courtroom