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Choate Launches Complex Trial & Appellate Litigation Group

Choate Press Release

 | February 9, 2015

Choate announces the formation of a dedicated Complex Trial & Appellate Litigation Group comprised of seasoned trial attorneys from its leading litigation practice.

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