Mintz Levin Adds IP Partner in Life Sciences Group

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SAN FRANCISCO — Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo has poached the former cochairwoman of Morrison & Foerster's stem cell and regenerative medicine group for its San Francisco office. Terri Shieh-Newton has joined the Boston-based firm as a partner in the intellectual property practice. She will be one of 10 attorneys focusing on the life sciences industry in Northern California.

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