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Pharma & healthcare

The pharmaceutical and healthcare industry is experiencing challenges from complex regulations to spending constraints, but also significant opportunity with the development of medicine and technology in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.

We provide support to the largest multinational pharmaceutical and healthcare groups, as well as start-ups, universities and emerging biotechnology ventures.

Our lawyers’ partner with our clients at every level of their businesses to help them achieve their goals from corporate transactions and regulatory to immigration law and HR employment matters. We also handle large-scale litigation, tribunals and industrial relations both at a national and global level.

As a founding member of TAGLaw, our international legal network ensures that we have a ready resource of expertise to advise on cross-border work.

“The firm is highly professional, but also maintains personality and humanity in its approach to the law and clients.”

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Monica Atwal

Managing Partner

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+44 118 960 4605

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