Legal Media Group has officially launched the 2019 LMG Life Sciences research cycle covering the United States and Canadian markets. The online firm survey portal is now active, and the research team will begin accepting requests for partner interviews.
Below are some useful tips and FAQs related to this year’s research:
Why is it important for firms to participate each year?
The least we expect from firms each year is firm questionnaire and client referees submissions. Regardless of whether your firm is currently ranked or not, it is imperative to submit these each year because everything we publish is subject to change. We believe that annual participation demonstrates that your firm’s life sciences practice is credible and active.
Furthermore, we may find information in your submission which may positively influence our decision when considering firms for the rankings, IP stars lists and awards.
Is there a fee to pay or cost to participate in your research?
None at all.
Are there any changes this year?
This year, firm submission docusments will be accepted through SurveyGizmo. Follow the link to the online portal to upload completed submissions.
Which jurisdictions are included in the research this year?
This year's research cycle will be focused on life sciences markets in the United States and Canada.
How can I fill out the firm questionnaire and where do I submit?
When is the questionnaire due?
Firm questionnaires are due on May 31, 2019.
When do you start your interviews?
The research team is now accepting partner interviews. If your firm will be selecting interviewees internally, please notify firstname.lastname@example.org before April 12, otherwise researchers may contact attorneys directly. Upon notification, attorneys from your firm will be exempted from the upcoming interview request campaign.
Due to the volume of firms we interact with, we can allow up to 4 partner interviews maximum.
When and where will you publish the 2019 firm rankings and other results?
Results from the 2019 research cycle will be published online and in the print guide in late September to early October.
Can you briefly explain the research process?
Our methodology for the firm rankings, stars lists and awards is based on a weighted system of peer, client and firm feedback, combined with an independent review of all information obtained including publicly available information. Please read more about our methodology here.