To merge, or not to merge: That is the question many intellectual property boutiques have had to ask in recent years, as larger firms have aggressively pursued IP shops in hopes of broadening their scope of services and profitability.

Partners at IP boutiques don’t always agree about whether joining a large firm is the right move, as the partnership at Boston shop Bromberg & Sunstein has learned.

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