US firm Mintz Levin continues growth in life sciences

April 29, 2014 Mintz Levin has boosted its intellectual property practice group in San Francisco with the hire of Dr. Terri Shieh-Newton, the former co-chair of the stem cell and regenerative medicine practice at Morrison & Foerster.

The move is part of an effort by Mintz Levin to strengthening their life sciences capabilities, and follows the addition of three more IP attorneys with medical technology experience at the law firm’s Boston office.

Michael T. Renaud who leads the Mintz Levin Intellectual Practice, said “Mintz Levin has long been regarded for its world class IP capabilities, particularly in the life sciences industry … With an exceptional background in the biological and cellular fields, Terri further strengthens our practice as well as our West Coast presence.”

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