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Browne Jacobson win Legal Advisor (private) Award at LaingBuisson Awards 2021

19 November 2021

Browne Jacobson’s health team picked up the Legal Advisor (private) Award at the 2021 LaingBuisson Health Awards.

The judges were impressed by “Browne Jacobson’s commitment to social mobility, plus the small acts they delivered to ensure the wider community was supported during the pandemic.”

The firm’s submission showcased the depth and breadth of legal services provided by the team to its independent health sector clients including:

  • Advising on a comprehensive range of legal matters including CQC regulation and enforcement, corporate manslaughter, health and safety and fire safety.
  • An innovative approach to developing a range of virtual and digital content and services for its clients.
  • A commitment to diversity and inclusion through its award winning FAIRE initiative.

LaingBuisson is a healthcare business intelligence provider that works globally with providers, commissioners, manufacturers, investors, regulators and advisors helping them understand their markets and make informed decisions through market intelligence, data solutions and consulting.

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