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Seeking Corporate and IP Partners to work in Corporate, IP Prosecution (especially life sciences patent prosecution), and IP Litigation practice areas. Should have superior academic credentials, and a portable practice.
Corporate Capital Markets Associate
The candidate must have 3-6 years of pqe. Should have excellent academic credentials, prior Capital Markets experience in biglaw, strong motivation and initiative. CA State Bar admission preferred.
The candidate should have book of business of $500K. Must have substantial experience in all areas of trademark law, including trademark clearance, prosecution, portfolio management, enforcement and transactions.
The candidate must have books of business of $1M and preferably in the $1.5M range.
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Seeking Partners in all practice areas sought for entrepreneurial international law firm. Attorney billing rates range from $300-$600 and there are no minimum billable targets and most partners keep 70% of their book. Attorneys must have books of at least $300K.
IP and Corporate Partner
The candidate should have trade secrets and employment mobility experience, and other "soft IP" matters. Must have portable books of business of at least $500K for strategic growth in core practices.
Intellectual Property Junior Partner
The candidate must be registered with the USPTO and have 3+ years of relevant patent experience in one or more of the following areas: materials science (including working knowledge of amorphous metals), electrical engineering (including wireless telephony, in-depth knowledge of LTE, UMTS, WiFi, etc.), and mechanical engineering.