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Intellectual Property / Ip Litigation Associate

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Aug 06,2019

Valid Through

Nov 19,2019

Posted on

Jan 31,2019

Years of Experience

2-5 yrs required

Location

Madison, WI, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Hard Sciences >> Computer Science
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Hard Sciences >> Electrical Engineering
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Hard Sciences >> Mechanical
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Intellectual Property / IP Litigation Associate
The candidate will be providing legal solutions to clients ranging from privately-held businesses to Fortune 500 companies. Must have 2-5 years of experience in Intellectual Property team, preferably in the Madison office, although associates for Milwaukee would be considered. Must be admitted to the patent bar and have an undergraduate or graduate degree in engineering or other hard science, with electrical or mechanical engineering or computer science preferred. Engineering work experience is desired.

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Send cover letter, resume, law school transcripts.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Godfrey & Kahn, SC
One East Main Street
Suite 500,P.O. Box 2719
Madison, WI 53701-2719
Fax: 608-257-0609

Review:

"A Great, Professional Atmosphere"

Current Employee - Reviewed on July 28, 2017

Examine internal processes and decision making to improve the pace that work occurs.

Pros : There is a very positive culture and rapport with everyone at the firm. The firm is in a state of the art building with great amenities, and you always feel supported by auxiliary services such as HR.
Cons : The commute to the firm can be terrible, and sometimes things move slowly due to outdated policies.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee