Cabinets de propriété intellectuelle : Cyra Nargolwalla met l'accent sur la vision "one-firm" dans un article de Managing IP

Intellectual property firms: Cyra Nargolwalla emphasizes the 'one-firm' vision in a Managing IP article

Cyra Nargolwalla, Managing Partner, is quoted in a Managing IP article discussing the “one-firm” concept and integrated intellectual property solutions, among others, as strategies in the challenge firms face when retaining clients after a partner leaves.

To prevent client loss, it suggests building relationships that focus on the entire firm rather than individual partners. Strategies include structuring teams carefully, adopting a "one-firm" concept, and conducting regular client meetings.

Plasseraud IP is following the “one-firm” concept : “This means that there’s always a team working with a client and not just a partner and their own people” says Cyra Nargolwalla. Emphasizing that Plasseraud IP provides integrated intellectual property solutions instead of operating separately, like many other firms. Plasseraud IP’s different practices, such as trademarks, patents, and domain names, work together and not independently.

The article also shows that prompt alternatives and identifying signs of partner departure early are recommended.

To read the article written by Sukanya Sarkar: "How firms stop departing partners from taking clients with them” (for subscribers only).

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