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November 12, 2004
WASHINGTON, D.C., November 12, 2004 - Covington & Burling announced today it has been ranked as the number one life sciences regulatory law firm worldwide and the best U.S. law firm overall that advises the life sciences sector. The Life Sciences Super League law firm rankings, published in Global Counsel magazine's November 2004 issue, are based on an independent survey of industry and private practice lawyers. The overall life sciences rankings assess a broad range of legal services, including corporate partnering, IP, competition and antitrust, product liability, regulatory and commercial law.
The firm has consistently been one of the leading law firms in the area of life sciences and this is the second year running that the firm has been ranked as the number one life sciences regulatory law firm. Over 145 firm lawyers, drawn from different legal disciplines, are experienced advisers to the life sciences industry.
"This is a tribute to our lawyers' depth of industry knowledge and expertise in the life sciences field and their ability to achieve our clients' goals," said Stuart Stock, the chair of the firm's management committee. "It's great to have our clients' vote of confidence."
Covington recently further strengthened its European Life Sciences team by adding to the partnership Anne Ware, a leading U.K. product liability lawyer who has more than 20 years experience in advising pharmaceutical companies.