When it comes to weathering the COVID-19 pandemics, law firms with a strong life sciences practice might be in a better position than most. 

Interviews with several attorneys in the life sciences space show that while business has been augmented and the nature of questions from clients altered, those in the practice see a busy 2020 despite the difficulties created by the presence of COVID-19. 

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