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Choate Ranked Among Top Counsel for Early-Stage Companies

Press Release

 | February 13, 2017

Choate was recently ranked among the most active law firms in the world for venture capital and other investment deals focused on early-stage companies.

According to rankings published in PitchBook’s Annual League Tables for 2016, Choate was ranked as a top 25 law firm for executing both early-stage and late-stage VC deals. The firm was also ranked in the top 10 for investments involving information technology companies.

Choate’s Business and Technology Group represents investors and high-growth technology and life sciences companies in full range of venture financings across geographies and investment stages. The Firm also boasts one of the deepest and most sophisticated group of intellectual property lawyers with PhDs and other advanced degrees around the world to support clients’ IP planning, strategies, collaborations and protection needs.

“Choate provides high-growth companies leading transactional and intellectual property expertise to support their needs at each stage of the business-lifecycle,” said Brian Goldstein, co-Chair of Choate’s Business and Technology Group. “This rare combination of legal, technical and business prowess allows us to support a client’s funding and growth needs while simultaneously assessing the market potential of their cutting-edge work to support their go-to-market strategies.”


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