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Junior/Mid-level IP Pharmaceutical Litigation Associate
The candidate should have 3-5 years of experience. The ideal candidate will have significant Hatch-Waxman litigation experience. Candidates without significant litigation experience but with experience preparing paragraph IV notice letters or clearance opinions for patents covering pharmaceuticals and assisting with litigation efforts are also encouraged to apply. Candidate must be admitted to or willing to sit for th...
Chicago office of our client seeks a seasoned financial services partner with relevant experience. The candidate should have a portable book of business and extensive financial services regulatory, corporate, and securities experience. Must have experience of counseling clients on all aspects of state and federal banking regulation, including state and federal regulatory examination and enforcement, product development, mergers and acquisitions, and electronic banking issue...
Chicago office of our client seeks lateral litigation attorney with 2-3 years of intellectual property experience. The candidate will assume significant client responsibilities, provide high-quality services to domestic and foreign clients, communicate with all levels of management and staff and, at times, will require a significant degree of autonomy. Will serve in all aspects of patent litigation (development of strategies, defenses, conduct of discovery, work with techni...
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Life Sciences Patent Litigation Associate
The candidate should preferably have 1-4 years of experience in life sciences/pharmaceutical patent litigation with a Bachelor's degree or an advanced degree in biology, molecular biology, immunology, pharmacology, biochemistry, or chemistry. Strong academic credentials, as well as outstanding organizational, interpersonal, and writing skills, are required.
Attorneys - IP Transactions Associate - Technology
The candidate should have 1+ year of transactional experience, preferably in the intellectual property and technology transactions area, to join as a junior-level associate in its premier IP/IT transactions group. Experience with outsourcing (ITO and BPO), strategic alliances, software and systems (development and licensing), R&D and technology transfer, licensing (patent, trademark, copyright), biotechnology, e-commerce, ...
The candidate should have 2+ years of intellectual property experience. Must have an electric or computer engineering background, strong academic credentials and be eligible to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Experience with mechanical technology patents a plus.
The candidate should have 8+ years of experience. Must have extensive patent prosecution and/or trademark prosecution experience and $200k+ of portable client business. A technical background in bio-chem/bio-tech or electrical science is preferred.