Exclusive Feature: The brain drain

Why senior patent attorneys are leaving

Exclusive Feature: The brain drain

There is an exodus of senior attorneys from formerly private IP practices – and corporatisation is to blame, say Ceri Wells and Adam Luxton of James & Wells. In this exclusive feature, they look at:

  • The rise of the listed IP firm
  • How the corporate model can impact client service
  • The mentoring gap created by the senior attorney exodus
  • What procurers of patent services need to look for
  • The future landscape for IP law firms

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