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Chadbourne & Parke has created a nanotechnologies practice headed by David L. Wallace, a partner in the law firm’s New York office. Among other attorneys who will handle nanotech matters are Jonathan M.A. Melmed and John P. Cahill. Attorneys from the law firm’s project finance, intellectual property and reinsurance groups also will work on nanotech matters. Nanotechnology is the science of manipulating and engineering matter at the atomic and molecular levels and is used in the areas of cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, packaging, electronics and more. Chadbourne & Parke has about 428 attorneys.

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