Fox Rothschild Announces Sponsorship to Support Science-Based Startups in Princeton

Cementing its commitment to support the work of science-based entrepreneurs, Fox Rothschild LLP is proud to join Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs as a sponsor.  Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs provides a state-of-the-art facility, which is managed by BioLabs, a national network of premium coworking research facilities designed to foster innovation by providing access to the essential resources startups need to develop and grow game-changing ideas. Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs’ mission is to foster innovation, collaboration and entrepreneurship, by creating and growing an innovation ecosystem that supports early-stage startups with high potential.

When fully operational, Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs will be home to approximately 30 life science and biotech startups.

“Fox Rothschild is thrilled to join forces with Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs in guiding the next wave of life science startups in this region,” said Gerard P. Norton, Ph.D., the managing partner of Fox’s Princeton office and former chair of the firm’s IP Department and IP Litigation Practice Group. “These entrepreneurs are creating transformative new technologies, and our multidisciplinary team looks forward to offering our support as they navigate the multitude of legal challenges they will encounter during their research and development process and beyond.”

Fox is also collaborating with Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs to hold educational events at the facility, including a recent program co-sponsored by WellCare on the opioid crisis in New Jersey. The firm also hosted a Women in STEM Empowerment Summit on June 19 with an agenda that featured prominent women in academia, law and a variety of science-related industries, including biotech, blockchain technology, electronic communications and pharmaceuticals.

About Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs
Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs provides coworking lab and office space specifically designed to help high-potential science startups go further and faster on limited investment capital. Its facility is available to companies formed by Princeton University’s faculty, students and alumni, as well as to members of the wider New Jersey community.