Charlotte Healy and Katie Bewick write for Pharmacy Business on expert determination
They note in the article:
"In our law firm, we are able to advise pharmacies on the best course of action, both at the start of a business relationships when contractual provisions are drafted and negotiated and in the event of a subsequent dispute arising among shareholders."
Their jointly authored article was first published in Pharmacy Business.
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