Law360 (August 9, 2018, 1:37 PM EDT) -- A paradigm shift is apparently underway at a number of Florida’s general practice firms. Due to a changing legal industry, advances in technology and unprofitable intellectual property groups, Florida’s general practice firms are reconsidering how to best serve their clients’ intellectual property needs. In the past, general practice firms often used small, local IP boutiques to provide clients specialized IP services. Then, with the boom of IP litigation in the early 2000s, general practice firms rushed to establish their own IP practice groups. Many of those attempts faltered. As a result, we’ve seen a new IP services model — reminiscent of...
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