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Organization TypeLaw Firm
Years of Experience
Date Last Verified
ProfileIntellectual Property Litigation Attorney The candidate should preferably have 2-5 years of significant patent litigation experience in U.S. District Court and before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (post-grant proceedings), including participating in underlying case analyses; conducting factual and legal research; drafting pleadings; participating in discovery on infringement, validity, and damages issues, including depositions and expert discovery; researching and drafting dispositive and discovery motions and claim construction briefing; and participating in pre-trial and trial activities. Ideal candidates should have experience working within the Intellectual Property department of a comparable law firm and a high level of academic achievement from a law school institution. ITC experience would be a plus. Should have excellent writing skills. Candidate should have a basic understanding of and keen interest in patent law. Should be able to stand up in court or take a deposition (and preferably has actually done both), is comfortable speaking directly with clients and opposing counsel, enjoys thinking creatively and working on a team, and is willing to actively participate in the strategic development of the case.
Ref. No.: 1330.
1299 Pennsylvania Avenue
NW Suite 700
Washington, DC 20004
Current Employee - Reviewed on December 18, 2017
The law office should step away from only focusing on attorneys and should also look into helping other staff. Also, there is a need for affordable benefits.Pros : The law firm is composed of employees and staff which are respectful and very knowledgeable. The law firm is unique in the sense that they embrace a different type of work culture.