Lauren Tran Abel

Associate | Boston

label@mofo.com | (617) 648-4738

label@mofo.com
(617) 648-4738

Lauren Tran Abel is an associate in Morrison & Foerster’s Technology Transactions Group.

Lauren represents emerging and established life sciences clients in a wide range of commercial transactions, particularly those that are intellectual property-driven. She regularly advises companies in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device, and ag-tech sectors in complex licensing arrangements, partnering deals, and other strategic transactions. She has significant experience in helping her clients with day-to-day commercial agreements relating to clinical trials, manufacturing, supply, and distribution services and arrangements.

Lauren’s practice extends to advising clients on intellectual property matters in connection with venture financings, investments, spin-outs, asset deals, mergers and acquisitions, and initial public offerings.

Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Lauren practiced at two other major international law firms where she worked extensively with life sciences, technology, and private fund clients.

Lauren’s experience working with life sciences clients began in her role as a consultant at a healthcare IT start-up where she managed system implementation projects for Fortune 500 pharma clients, medical device companies, and healthcare payers and providers.

Lauren was a research and teaching fellow in Germany under the J. William Fulbright Fellowship. Lauren is proficient in Vietnamese and German.

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