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We are an Amsterdam based law firm with an international orientation. Our focus is on the legal and regulatory aspects of the life sciences sector. We offer a wealth of experience, gained as attorney at law and in-house counsel. Axon is a founding member of the European Alliance of Life Sciences Law Firms.
We look forward to get to know you, and to provide you with the services you need.
Clients say about us on Chambers Europe 2017:
Axon is “extremely good at combining knowledge of legislation and applying it to the life sciences. They are extremely reasonable in their approach and they have a very good business understanding.”
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1019 HC Amsterdam
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