Top Intellectual Property and Labour and Employment Boutiques

Voting is now open for the Top IP and Top Labour and Employment boutiques surveys

Top Intellectual Property and Labour and Employment Boutiques

Canadian Lawyer has launched its 2019 Top Intellectual Property and Top Labour and Employment boutiques surveys. Voting is open until Oct. 18, 2019.

We need input from the legal profession on which firms are leading the way in IP and labour and employment law.

Please base your rankings in these two categories on the following factors:

  • Service coverage within their specialty
  • Client base
  • Notable mandates
  • Service excellence
  • Legal expertise

As with all Canadian Lawyer surveys, your votes will remain anonymous.

Click here to vote now!

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