11 May 2017Americas

Burns & Levinson hires three life sciences partners

Burns & Levinson has hired three partners to boost its life sciences and IP groups.

Daniel Clarke, Christopher Cowles, and Richard Emmons bring more than three decades of combined experience and join from Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, in Boston.

Clarke counsels clients on strategic patent procurement, IP due diligence, and worldwide prosecution in the area of biotechnology and the life sciences.

Biotechnology patent preparation and prosecution, domestic and international IP portfolio management, and IP due diligence are among Cowles’s areas of focus.

Emmons counsels corporate and institutional clients in the preparation and prosecution of patents in the life sciences, medical devices, and mechanical art areas.

David Rosenblatt, managing partner at Burns & Levinson, said: “Our life sciences and IP practices continue to grow in response to increasing demand for the client-focused and results-oriented legal services that our firm provides.”

He added that the three partners are “impressive attorneys” who will be a great asset to the firm’s life sciences clients.

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