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Mid-level Associate / Junior Partner
The candidate will support a rapidly growing life sciences IP practice in a law firm. Must have: A Ph.D. in some aspect of cell and molecular biology. Extensive (6 + years) experience in prosecuting complex biotechnology related patent portfolios. Some experience in IP due diligence, inventorship disputes and licensing. Ability to supervise associates and patent agents.
The candidate must have practiced in a variety of areas including corporate, commercial litigation, construction litigation, real estate transactions, among various other practices. Top academic credentials, business development acumen and excellent communication skills are needed.
Partner - Higher Education
The candidate must have a proven track record of exceptional client development and service. Must have portable annual revenues of at least $500,000 to $700,000 per partner. Must possess an excellent academic record.
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The candidate must have a proven track record of exceptional client development and service. Must have spearhead a robust litigation practice with substantial expertise in commercial litigation and also, preferably, in Marcellus Shale-related litigation. Must have portable annual revenues of at least $5-700,000+ per partner. Must possess an excellent academic record.
The candidate must have 12+ years of legal experience representing employers in the following aspects of labor-management relations is required: union avoidance campaigns and strategies; unfair labor practices; union representation organizing campaigns; collective bargaining; contract negotiations; grievance arbitrations; preparation for and management of labor strikes; proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and state labor relations age...