Epstein Becker Green was featured in The American Lawyer, in “Hire Up: This Week’s Lateral Market,” regarding the addition of attorneys in the Health Care & Life Sciences practice, in the firm’s Boston office. The attorneys bring noteworthy experience in life sciences, biotechnology, health care, and academic and clinical research to strengthen EBG’s nationwide capabilities. (Read the full version – subscription required.)

Following is an excerpt:

Life sciences, a practice that has thrived during the pandemic, also saw some action this week.

Boston-based Epstein Becker & Green added several former Ropes & Gray and Verrill Dana life sciences and health care attorneys to its practice, the firm announced Sept. 16. The group thus far (the firm left open the prospect of others to follow in its press release) includes partners Kate Gallin Heffernan, Andrew Rusczek, Sarah Ferranti, Emily Chi Fogler and Sarah Trautz, as well as associates Marylana Saadeh Helou and Drew Douglas-Steele.

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