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Organization TypeLaw Firm
Years of Experience
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ProfileIntellectual Property and Technology Associate The candidate will be responsible for technology-related intellectual property disputes. While the majority of such disputes are patent-based (in the district courts, ITC and PTAB), the work also involves trademark (district court and TTAB), trade secret and copyright disputes. Will also be responsible for junior-to-mid level work such as legal research; crafting pleadings, motions, briefs, discovery requests, discovery responses, and related documents; coordinating prior art searches and investigations; assisting with document collections and reviews; taking and defending depositions or assisting with same; preparing presentations for clients and tribunals. The position likely would also entail other patent work in mechanical-related technologies, electronics and computer software. Responsibilities will include preparing and prosecuting patent applications; drafting opinions and other advice letters to clients; providing due diligence support; and drafting IP transaction documents (e.g., licenses).
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have a J.D. degree or equivalent. Admission to practice and in good standing in the Ohio State Bar (admitted or admission pending) is required. Should have an undergraduate degree or advanced degree in Mechanical Engineering. Admission to practice and in good standing in the PTO strongly preferred. Must have 2+ years of experience practicing patent law with significant litigation experience and proven ability to work both independently and collaboratively with others on complex matters. Industry, court clerk, and/or PTO examiner experience desirable.
Apply online and submit resume with unofficial law school transcript and a recent writing sample (up to 10 pages). Please include a cover page with writing sample that describes the piece submitted and how it was modified from its original format.
Current Employee - Reviewed on August 04, 2017
The staff should have more time to work on their assigned duties. They should be rewarded for the work they perform through promotions and raises.Pros : The environment of the firm is very pleasant. Co-workers are inclined to make conversation to create a friendly atmosphere. A sudden change in management has affected work staff morale. Learning opportunities have been widely passed on to me. A growth of mergers has led to an increase in clientele.