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Services

Performing Chemical Synthesis and Analysis at Clients' Laboratories

  • provide on-site chemistry synthesis and analysis expertise at clients' laboratory settings on a contract basis

  • perform research tasks at client's labs part-time or full-time for a contracted period

Providing Science Assistance for Attorneys Handling Drug Cases

  • conduct full review and expert critique of chemical analyses previously performed by forensic laboratories on alleged drug and precursor samples 

  • provide experienced evaluation of the following types of chemical evidence in drug cases: methamphetamine; ephedrine and pseudoephedrine; cathinones such as MDPV (sometimes referred to as “bath salts”); amphetamine; MDMA (ecstasy); LSD; heroin; morphine; barbiturates; cocaine; crack cocaine; synthetic cannabinoids; and precursor chemicals

  • define areas where false positives and analytical errors may have occurred in a client's case

  • evaluate drug detection analysis techniques to discover where cross-contamination of drug sample evidence in a client’s case by evidence from other ongoing cases could have occurred

  • assess "chain of possession" errors in drug cases

  • check if chemical analyses were performed on all relevant evidence samples in a case; if no chemical analysis was performed on an evidence sample then there can be no chemical proof asserted that the evidence sample comprised an alleged substance

  • produce complete written summary of case findings to clients and attorneys if requested

  • testify in state or federal court regarding analytical errors and faulty assumptions made by forensic chemists during their chemical analyses of evidence samples

Chemistry Evaluation in Patent Litigation Cases

  • provide expert chemistry review of patents in suit to define limits of  patent claims based upon science disclosed and wording use

  • advise attorneys where the areas of strength or weakness arise in relevant chemistry patents

  • testify in course or provide depositional evidence when needed

Patents, Patent Drafting, and Responses to Office Actions

  • draft chemistry patent applications on a contract basis

  • assist clients in the review of Office Action rejections and provide sound, science-based rebuttal in written responses