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Covington Ranked World’s Top Life Sciences Firm

April 5, 2007

WASHINGTON, DC, April 5, 2007 — Covington & Burling LLP announced today it was awarded worldwide first place firm rankings by the Practical Law Company in both the Life Sciences Industry and Life Sciences Regulatory categories for the second consecutive year. The Life Sciences Industry Super League and Life Sciences Regulatory Super League law rankings, published in the Practical Law Company’s Cross-border Quarterly Handbook for April-June 2007, are based on an independent survey of industry and private practice lawyers. The overall life sciences rankings assess a broad range of legal services, including corporate partnering, IP, competition and antitrust, product liability, regulatory, and commercial law.

The article states that Covington “is one of the few firms to have developed a genuinely transatlantic full-service life sciences practice, with hubs on both the East and West Coasts of the US, and in London and Brussels.” The firm was singled out in the categories of regulatory work, commercial and partnering, competition/antitrust, corporate, intellectual property, and product liability. Twenty-three of the firm’s lawyers are named as leaders in their field.

Covington has consistently been one of the leading law firms in the area of life sciences. Over 160 firm lawyers, drawn from the different legal disciplines, are experienced advisers to the life sciences industry.

For details on the firm’s life sciences rankings, please see the accompanying article.

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