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The State Of The IP Boutique: Part 1

Law360, New York (April 3, 2017, 12:53 PM EDT) -- Jorge A. Goldstein

Michael B. Ray Ten years ago, one of us (Jorge Goldstein), who was then the managing partner of Sterne Kessler, published an article in Law360 decrying the persistent drumbeat that foresaw the end of intellectual property boutiques, a portion of the legal industry of which our firm was then (and is today) a proud member. The article predicted that, while many IP boutiques would continue failing as stand-alone firms, those who had the right mix of strategy and talents would survive and, further, would thrive.

It is time to update the decade-old article, not the least because, negating...

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