Plaintiffs In Voting Rights Lawsuit Applaud Worcester’s Announcement That It Will Change Method of Electing School Committee

Today, the diverse coalition of Plaintiffs in a federal voting rights case challenging the City of Worcester’s method of electing…

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Brown Rudnick Sponsors ‘Climate Innovation SuperPitch’ at COP26

Brown Rudnick is partnering with GreenBackers on their climate technologies pitch programme “26 for COP26,” the United Nations Climate Summit…

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Brown Rudnick Provides Mentorship and Work Experience to London School Pupils Through Sponsorship of Brunel University’s Urban Scholars Programme

Brown Rudnick LLP has announced a collaboration with The Urban Scholars Programme (USP) at Brunel University London.

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Brown Rudnick Expands IP Litigation and Technology Groups with Addition of Ian DiBernardo and Jason Sobel

Brown Rudnick LLP announced the addition of Ian DiBernardo and Jason Sobel, based in the Firm’s New York office.

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Brown Rudnick Advises on Graphite Bio $150-Million Series B Financing

Brown Rudnick represented the lead investors RA Capital Management and Rock Springs Capital Management on their investment in Graphite Bio,…

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Brown Rudnick's Team on Venture Financing, Soup to Nuts with UCSF Rosenman Institute

Michael Cohen led a speaker panel also featuring partners Adam Schoen and Sam Williams at the University of California, San Francisco Rosenman Institute’s event “Venture Financing: Soup to Nuts” on February 9.

CENTER FOR THE PUBLIC INTEREST

Brown Rudnick has sought to promote the public interest through pro bono work and community service with the creation of the Brown Rudnick Charitable Foundation and the opening of the Brown Rudnick Center for the Public Interest.