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Brian Reese and Nishat Shaikh on Genetic Engineering

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News | January 4, 2017

Douglas Gooding, John Ventola and Arian Galavis on Credit Bidding Disputes

Journal of Corporate Renewal | December 13, 2016

New England Corporate Counsel Association Conference

Choate Speaking Engagement | December 7, 2016

Choate Earns Perfect Score on 2017 Corporate Equality Index

Choate Press Release | December 6, 2016

Greg Keating on the Future of Severance Agreements

The National Law Journal | November 17, 2016

DRI’s Insurance Coverage and Practice Symposium

Choate Speaking Engagement | December 8, 2016

Greg Keating Will Discuss Whistleblowing Protection in Upcoming Webinars

Choate Speaking Engagement | November 14, 2016

Windjammer Capital Investors Acquires Advanced Instruments LLC

Choate Representative Engagement | November 9, 2016

Christian Atwood Discusses Benefits of Shorter CIMs

The PE Hub Network | November 1, 2016

Rainmaker Q&A: Christian Atwood

Law360 | October 26, 2016

BV Investment Partners Invests in Right Networks

Choate Representative Engagement | October 4, 2016

Brian Goldstein Spoke at the Massachusetts Advanced Manufacturing Summit

Choate Speaking Engagement | September 27, 2016


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