Life Sciences

Our life science practice group counsels the companies driving innovation to improve human health. We provide sophisticated counsel to medical device, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology companies at all stages of development, from early-stage entrepreneurial ventures through mature, global public companies.

For the past four years, Stradling has been selected as one of California’s leading life science law firms by Chambers & Partners, the premier ranking source for law firms and attorneys.

We apply our 35-plus years of corporate experience to the legal needs of our life science industry clients in areas such as:

  • Strategic alliances
  • Joint ventures
  • Licensing arrangements
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Executive compensation and employee incentive plans
  • Securities law
  • Public offerings
  • Debt and lease financing
  • Venture capital and other private financing
  • Company formation

Our life science team works with our employment, tax, litigation, real estate, intellectual property and mergers and acquisitions groups to provide the full spectrum of legal services to all of our clients.

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    4.9/5.0

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