Congressional deputy counsel and former HHS-OIG senior counsel joins Morgan Lewis
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The law firm Morgan Lewis has appointed Arianne Callender counsel in its US FDA and healthcare practice, based in Washington, DC. Ms Callender most recently served as deputy oversight counsel to the House Committee on Homeland Security and has served as senior counsel at the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Counsel to the Inspector General.
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