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PhRMA names general counsel

Executive Summary

Conan Grames will join the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America as VP and general counsel on Feb. 6. Grames is replacing Bruce Kuhlik, who left PhRMA in May for Merck (1"The Pink Sheet" May 2, 2005, In Brief). Diane Bieri, who has been serving as acting general counsel, is now chief deputy general counsel. Grames has been chairman of the International Law Practice Section of Kirton & McConkie in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he was responsible for developing the Health Services Group at the firm. Prior to joining Kirton & McConkie, Grames served as VP-international policy and compliance at Bristol-Myers Squibb, where he spent 17 years in various senior positions in the legal division of the company...

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