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Intellectual Property Litigation Associate

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Law Firm

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Date Last Verified

Nov 13, 2021

Valid Through

Feb 26, 2022

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Jul 01, 2021

Years of Experience

2-4 yrs required


Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Practice Area
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation General
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Intellectual Property Litigation Associate
The candidate ‘must have 2-4 years of experience to join our growing, dynamic national Intellectual Property group practice as an IP Litigation attorney in our Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison, Phoenix or Washington DC offices. The ideal candidate would have experience representing clients in all stages of patent, trademark, and other intellectual property litigation, including: Pre-filing investigations through appeal, including conducting pre-suit due diligence investigations; Developing case strategies; Managing complex discovery and discovery negotiations; Taking and defending depositions; Drafting pleadings, motions, and pre-trial briefings; Arguing evidentiary motions, claim construction, and dispositive motions, and; Drafting appeal briefs. Should have a very strong academic record paired with the skills, enthusiasm and commitment to become a partner at this firm.

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Hiring Coordinator
Quarles & Brady LLP
One Renaissance Square
Two North Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004

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