Law360, New York (June 24, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Just a few years ago, generic-drug companies looking for patent expertise would probably not have given Duane Morris LLP a second glance. But in late 2007, the national law firm undertook a massive effort to attract exactly those clients, hiring expertise at a head-spinning rate.
In less than a year, Duane Morris' campaign to become a player in the generics world has paid off. The intellectual property group has grown its abbreviated new drug application practice to between 15 and 20 professionals.
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