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Nov. 1, 2012 /CNW/ - Intellectual Property Law Firm, Johnston Law, announces the opening of its
Toronto offices on
November 1, 2012.
Keri Johnston, notes, "Our firm brings together a unique blend of experience to serve our clients who include emerging and established Canadian companies; Fortune 100 corporations; in-house law and policy departments; and large, medium and small-size law firms in
Canada and abroad."
Ms. Johnston added that, "Johnston Law has launched the Intellectual Property Alliance™ a law firm model that enables Johnston Law to provide clients with added value by leveraging their international network together with technological advances to create a virtual network of associates and industry professionals in the area of intellectual property law."
Alpesh Patel, a partner at Johnston Law, stated, "Johnston Law assists clients, with common sense advice, to understand their intellectual property rights on a day to day basis and in the context of litigation. We also seek to be a leader in policy and professional development."
Johnston Law has three guiding principles:
to do interesting work in a boutique practice with world-wide reach;
to be involved in the legal profession on a volunteer basis at the local, national and international level; and
to be involved in the community at the local, national and international level.
About Johnston Law
Johnston Law specializes in intellectual property law.
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