Canadian Lawyer survey focusing on intellectual property boutiques now open for votes

Readers are invited to have their say in the annual survey

Canadian Lawyer survey focusing on intellectual property boutiques now open for votes

Canadian Lawyer’s top intellectual property boutiques survey is now open.

Law firms that are included in our shortlist practice exclusively or almost exclusively in this area. While there are large law firms whose practice is in this area, we've defined "boutique" to mean firms with a minimum of 80 per cent of their revenue derived from personal injury. 

Readers are invited to have their say using this online survey which will only take 5 -10 minutes to complete.

The results of the survey will be presented in the February 2022 issue of Canadian Lawyer.

Please click here to complete the survey. 

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