Eliza Bailey advises companies and investors in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device and technology industries in transactions involving corporate and intellectual property matters, including license and collaboration agreements, mergers and acquisitions, research-related agreements and securities offerings.
Eliza joined Ropes & Gray in 2016. As a law student, she won Jurisprudence Awards in the study of Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Civil Procedure, and Professional Responsibility. She also won the Suffolk University Outstanding Student Award and graduated number two in her class. She was a member of the Suffolk University Law Review and served as its Editor-in-Chief from 2015-2016.
- JD, summa cum laude, Suffolk University Law School, 2016; Suffolk University Law School, Editor-in-Chief of the Suffolk University Law Review
- BA (English), University of Virginia, 2009
- Massachusetts, 2016
- New York, 2017
MEMBERSHIP & AFFILIATIONS : Boston Bar Association
- Represented Juno Therapeutics in connection with an exclusive patent license with OncoTracker concerning certain T cell therapy products that expand Juno’s T cell therapy portfolio.
- Represented a multinational medical devices and pharmaceutical company in a $243 million all-cash acquisition of an ophthalmological medical device maker.
- Represented Waters Technologies Corporation in its $30 million all-cash purchase of certain intellectual property assets from Prosolia, Inc., a company specializing in the development of mass spectrometers.
- Represents Bain Capital office of the general counsel in connection with license and collaboration agreements, as well as other commercial agreements.
- Represents a prominent biomedical research center in connection with license and collaboration agreement involving platform genomic technologies.
- Represents numerous pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in connection with co-promotion, license and collaboration, and sponsored research agreements, as well as other commercial agreements.
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