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LMG Life Sciences Americas Awards 2020: shortlist announced

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All finalists in the firm, teams and individual categories can now be revealed

The LMG Life Sciences Awards recognise firms and lawyers across many disciplines for their exemplary service to companies in the life sciences industry.

The awards are organised by Legal Media Group, which encompasses IFLR, ITR and Managing IP.

We are proud to announce the 2020 finalists for the awards. Lawyers from across a spectrum of practice areas in the United States and Canada are represented on the shortlist.

The main practice areas highlighted by the awards are financial & corporate, intellectual property, litigation and regulatory. Life Cycle finalists represent firms that showcased excellence in all of the main areas. 

The award winners will be announced on September 23 2020. Due to the current environment, we will sadly not be hosting a live ceremony this year, but keep an eye on LMGLifeSciencesAwards.com for updates on our plans for a virtual awards presentation.

For more information on the shortlist, business development and marketing solutions, please contact Nicholas Heath.

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