LMI: Healthcare, life sciences and pharma in the spotlight

The healthcare, life sciences and pharmaceutical sector yields an enormous amount of work for lawyers, both in-house and private practice, covering an array of corporate, commercial and contentious work. The Lawyer’s market intelligence tool, LMI, has assembled all public information on these firms.

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