Paresh Kumar is an associate in the Technology Transactions and FDA practice groups, focusing on matters in the healthcare and life sciences industry encompassing IP commercialization, IP licensing and collaborations, as well as regulatory counseling.

Paresh advises entrepreneurs, investors, research institutions, and established biopharmaceutical companies in the healthcare and life science industry using his scientific, legal, and business skills. Specifically, Paresh applies his hybridized IP-transactions-regulatory skill set to help clients understand and mitigate business risks when scaling medical technologies into commercial products/services that improve patient outcomes or quality of life.

Paresh has a unique set of first-hand experiences working at several institutions in the healthcare and life sciences industry throughout the drug product lifecycle. His experiences include patent prosecution, technology transactions, venture capital, financial analytics, clinical development, regulatory research (FDA), pharmacy operations, sterile/non-sterile compounding of medications, direct patient care, and patent litigation.

While in law school, Paresh was a student attorney in the Entrepreneurship & Intellectual Property Clinic where he advised MIT and Boston University entrepreneurs on a variety of legal issues including entity formation, corporate governance, financing, and intellectual property strategy. Additionally, Paresh has served as a venture scholar evaluating technologies for investment at a venture capital firm, and as a R&D strategy consultant with the MIT Volunteer Consulting Group.

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