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Job Types Partner
Areas of Practice 1) Intellectual Property, 2) Technology, 3) Patent Litigation, 4) Antitrust and Competition, 5) Litigation, 6) Life Sciences and 7) IP Transactions and Licensing
Law School Georgetown University Law Center (J.D.,1999)
Education Princeton University (B.S.E.,1995)
Bar Member / Association New Jersey State Bar Association, New York State Bar Association
Most recent firm Paul Hastings LLP
LinkedIn Profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/chad-peterman-4435228
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