Some intellectual property attorneys are heading for boutique environments as larger firms focus more closely on the bottom line and the nature of IP work shifts.
Attorneys who have moved to smaller firms say they prefer an environment where firm leaders better understand the up-front costs related to patent, trademark and copyright registration work and the slower billing cycles preferred by some IP clients.
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