Although the specific conditions contained in a shareholders` agreement depend on the specific interests of the shareholders, they are typical: when the investment is made in a start-up life sciences company, the remaining guarantees are quite limited due to the limited business history of the company in its application. IP guarantees in life sciences investments, regardless of the phase of the business, are, in most cases, more detailed and comprehensive than other guarantees due to the value, scope and complexity of the intellectual property they own or the products they wish to create and/or develop. The guarantees are likely to be even greater when a life sciences company experiences a second round of investments or later. .