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Licensing & Technology Transactions

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Mintz represented ARIAD Pharmaceuticals in a synthetic royalty financing in which PDL BioPharma agreed to provide up to $200 million in revenue interest financing to ARIAD in exchange for royalties on worldwide net revenues of Iclusig (ponatinib).
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Mintz represented ImmunoGen, a maker of targeted anticancer therapeutics, in a transaction that netted $194 million. The deal provided ImmunoGen with cash and liquid assets in exchange for assigning certain royalty revenues for the breast cancer treatment Kadcyla to TPG Special Situations Partners.
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Mintz represented ImmunoGen in a $200 million non-dilutive royalty transaction of its interest in Kadcyla with funds managed by TPG Special Situation Partners.
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Mintz has represented oncology-focused biotherapeutic company Inhibrx LP since its inception. Mintz attorneys have advised Inhibrx on licensing deals and financing deals involving unusual corporate and tax structuring and international aspects.
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In the first transaction of its kind, Mintz represented Intarcia Therapeutics in two synthetic royalty financings with an equity conversion option valued at $5.5B for ITCA 650.
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Mintz attorneys served as lead lawyers in the negotiation of a transaction for the procurement of a software as a service (SaaS) care management platform. The resulting arrangement greatly bolstered our client's bottom line.
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Mintz attorneys negotiated a termination agreement with a large Indian technology vendor that had failed to meet the terms of its contract. The successful negotiation eased the client's transition to a new vendor while preserving the client's right to enforce claims against the old provider.
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Mintz represented Massachusetts General Hospital and Partners HealthCare in a deal that enables them to monetize part of their royalty interests in Entyvio, an antibody used to treat digestive diseases, to invest in research. Royalty Pharma paid $94 million in the true sale roll-up transaction.
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Mintz advised biopharma company Spero Therapeutics on an agreement with Everest Medicines regarding the development and commercialization of a product to treat multidrug-resistant bacterial infections and option to license another.
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Mintz served as lead counsel to a major multinational mutual fund and financial services company in a multiyear initiative to purchase cloud computing services that will be used across the client's global enterprise.
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Mintz’s Health Law attorneys advised telehealth technology company American Well on state regulatory issues related to developing a national medical group with 24 / 7 availability. The firm’s Corporate attorneys handled the technology licensing and contracts with partners.
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Mintz represented BeiGene, Ltd. in its global strategic collaboration with Celgene Corporation to develop and commercialize BeiGene’s cell death protein 1 (PD-1) inhibitor tislelizumab (BGB-A317) for patients with solid tumor cancers. Mintz also assists BeiGene with licensing transactions.