Our team is widely recognized as the leader in the highly specialized field of pharmaceutical royalty monetizations and has advised on numerous transactions with an aggregate value in excess of $10 billion.
Whether dealing with academic in-licenses or complex multiparty collaborations, our business licensing attorneys bring extensive experience in both intellectual property and commercial law to your important transactions across industries and geographies with creative partnering arrangements and negotiation on your behalf.
Recognized around the world for its expertise in Public International Law and representation of sovereign States, we have a Special Practice Group dedicated to serving States and their Permanent Missions to the United Nations.
Our practice provides knowledgeable counsel to clients looking to introduce gaming and sports betting in the Commonwealth. Our team offers clients decades of experience in state government and detailed knowledge of the gaming laws that comes from closely following the Massachusetts Gaming Commission since its inception, and interacting with its commissioner and staff.
Our multi-disciplinary team — comprised of business, litigation, energy, environmental, and human rights advisors — will help you develop and implement an ESG program specifically designed for your organization’s needs. We’ve been doing this since the 1980s, and have the experience and institutional memory to craft impactful and cutting edge ESG strategies.
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