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The candidate should have 8+ years of professional malpractice and/or related litigation experience. Pennsylvania Bar admission required; New Jersey also preferred. Must have a book of business. Strong business acumen coupled with significant litigation experience in federal and state venues. Ability to develop client relationships. Book of business required ($400K minimum). Proven ability to handle complex litigation matters from developing case strate...
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.
Corporate Associate or Junior Level Partner
The candidate will be responsible for handling a variety of transactional work for clients, which are primarily closely held, entrepreneurial, middle market companies in the Philadelphia region. Should preferably have 6+ years of corporate and transactional law experience gained at a major law firm or high quality business law boutique.
The candidate must have excellent professional credentials.
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The candidate should have particular interest in family law, estates, employment law, and some litigation areas. Complementary land use, zoning, banking, real estate and municipal law practices is a good fit.
The candidate should be a general commercial litigation partner. Although commercial litigation is preferred, other litigation specialties may be considered. Partners who currently do either defense or plaintiffs' work, or both, will be considered.