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Patent Litigation Associate - Life Sciences
The candidate should have 2-5 years of experience. Must have excellent academic credentials, solid law firm training and a background in life sciences. IL license is required.
ANDA Pharmaceutical Litigation Associate Attorney
The candidate should be comfortable in court, taking depositions, speaking directly with clients and opposing counsel, as well as someone who enjoys creative thinking and working with a team. Develop infringement, validity and damages strategies; lead and participate in discovery motions practice on technical, patent, infringement, validity and financial issues; work with experts to assist them in preparing reports and for ...
Chicago office of our client seeks attorney with 1-2 years of experience and exposure to business litigation, insurance defense litigation, professional liability, condominium, nursing home or employment law. The candidate should have admission to practice in the state of Illinois.
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Chicago office of our client seeks insurance coverage litigation attorney with 4-7 years of experience. The candidate will draft pleadings, conduct written and document discovery including preparation of demands, interrogatories, and large-scale document reviews. Will evaluate insurance policies to identify coverage issues and prepare coverage opinions and correspondence. Prepare and argue motions, including substantive dispositive motions in both Illinois and Federal court...