Co-contributors to surveys

Quite often, law firms team with another entity that has an interest in the research or they retain consultants who have experience in conducting surveys. We will refer to either type of contributor as a co-contributor. Without having exhaustively checked which of the surveys collected so far have a co-contributor, it is useful to list the ones we have identified. A total of 18 firms used co-contributors.

  • Acuris (Mergermarket) — Pinsent Masons Energy 2017
  •  ALM Intelligence — Fish Richardson Cyberbreaches 2015, Goulston Storrs Multifamily 2017, Morrison Foerster GCsup 2017
  • Association of Claims Professionals and Bickmore — King Spalding ClaimsProfs 2016
  • Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) — Blake Cassels CanadaCLOs 2013
  • Canadian Corporate Counsel Association (CCCA) — Davies Ward Barometer 2011
  • Canadian Corporate Counsel Association (CCCA) and IPSOS — Davies Ward Barometer 2006
  • Deloitte — Norton Rose ESOP 2014
  • EEF — Squire Sanders Manufacturing 2014
  • ELD International and Right Hat — Winston Strawn Risk 2013
  • FinanceAsia — Clifford Chance AsiaMA 2011
  • Forbesinsights — KL Gates GCDisruption 2017
  • FT Remark — Ropes Gray Risk 2017
  • PEF Services and WithumSmith+Brown — Pepper Hamilton PrivateFunds 2016
  • Pricewaterhouse Coopers — King Spalding MedDevices 20016
  • Queen Mary — University of London and School of International Arbitration — White Case Arbitration 2010
  • RSG Consulting — Allen Overy Innovative 2012
  • Rothschild, debtwire, Mergermarket — Clifford Chance Debt 2007
  • The Merger Market Group (Remark) — Paul Hastings China 2013
  • UCLA Anderson Forecast — Allen Matkins CommlRE 2018

Six of the surveys cited above have more than one co-contributor.  Also, two of the firms, Clifford Chance and King Spalding, worked with different co-contributors on different surveys.

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