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Top Intellectual Property and Labour and Employment Boutiques survey closes on Friday

Last chance to vote for the best firms in intellectual property and labour and employment law

Top Intellectual Property and Labour and Employment Boutiques survey closes on Friday

Canadian Lawyer’s Top Boutiques Intellectual Property and Labour and Employment Boutiques survey closes on Friday, October 18.

Readers are invited and encouraged to click here and provide their input to recognize the best firms specializing in intellectual property and labour and employment law.

The winners list will be published in the February issue of Canadian Lawyer in print and online.

Take the survey now before this week’s deadline.

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