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Resolving complex legal disputes and explaining technical concepts in a courtroom are all part of the job for Regeneron’s Larry Coury, who talks to LSIPR about life as senior director of dispute resolution.
Larry Coury says his biggest achievement is building a talented litigation group at biotechnology company Regeneron. But this is not all he’s achieved during his time at the New York-headquartered business.
When he took up the post of director of dispute resolution in 2014, Coury was the first litigation attorney at Regeneron.
Now, the team includes three attorneys and two paralegals, with Coury serving as senior director of dispute resolution.
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