Mr. Mino enjoys working with small businesses, entrepreneurs, and tomorrow's leaders.... more
Mr. Mino enjoys working with small businesses, entrepreneurs, and tomorrow's leaders. Outside of the practice of law, Mr. Mino works as a consultant to small companies across all industries, but focused on the life sciences. Before opening his firm, Mr. Mino worked as a general counsel, a trade secret consultant, a strategic marketing manager, a sales rep, and as a scientist. Complementin... view profile
Alina Denis Jarjour, JD: Represents the interests of individuals, companies and... more
Alina Denis Jarjour, JD: Represents the interests of individuals, companies and organizations with an emphasis on those involved in the highly-regulated healthcare, life sciences, consumer products, media, telecommunications and technology sectors. Manages or provides support to corporate legal and compliance departments, on an interim basis during periods of transition or on an ongoing basis... view profile
Life sciences and biotechnology attorneys advise companies that combine technology and biology to create new advances in areas like molecular biology, immunology, genetic materials, gene therapy, pharmaceuticals, and drug delivery. Biotechnology lawyers understand intellectual property and health care, and usually have a technological undergraduate degree, allowing them to understand the creative process and the end result. If you run a biotechnology firm engaged in innovative medical research, or if you're an entrepreneur with a cutting-edge laboratory discovery, you should consult an attorney with life science and biotechnology experience.