Epstein Becker Green’s recent addition of several health care and life sciences attorneys was featured in Law360’s “Hub Hires,” a roundup of notable moves in the Boston legal market. The attorneys bring significant experience in life sciences, biotechnology, health care, and academic and clinical research to strengthen EBG’s nationwide capabilities.

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Epstein Becker Green

Epstein Becker Green announced that it added a group of former Ropes & Gray and Verrill Dana attorneys with experience in life sciences, biotechnology, health care, and academic and clinical research. The team includes partners Kate Gallin Heffernan, Andrew P. Rusczek, Sarah V. Ferranti, Emily Chi Fogler and Sarah L. Trautz, the firm said.

“Boston is one of the country’s most vibrant health care markets and a hub for life sciences innovation,” said Mark Lutes, chair of EBG’s board of directors. “The opportunity to link this group’s knowledge and experience in clinical research with EBG’s strong FDA and biotechnology commercialization capabilities will enhance our level of service to biotechnology and medical device services nation and most particularly within Boston's renowned life sciences corridor.”

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