Chambers and Partners 2013 ranks Hogan Lovells' life-sciences practice in band one
Hogan Lovells’ global life-sciences practice has been placed in band one for the second year running in the Chambers and Partners Global 2013 rankings.
The law firm consists of a network of more than 350 life-sciences lawyers and specialists operating in 17 jurisdictions across the US, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Chambers and Partners said that Hogan Lovells’ life-sciences practice is ‘unequalled in its global scope, with expertise in regulations, IP, product liability and M&A spread throughout Asia, across nine European countries and in the US’.
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