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Life Sciences Business Associate

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Apr 13,2019

Valid Through

Jul 27,2019

Posted on

Mar 29,2018

Years of Experience

Min 4 yrs required

Location

Boston, MA, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Life Sciences >> Biotechnology
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Life Sciences >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Life Sciences General
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Seeking Life Sciences Business Associate with 4+ years of experience representing emerging companies in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and/or medical device sectors. Candidate work one-on-one with partners, gain a depth of experience in a broad range of corporate transactions, and get immediate client contact. Must have experience negotiating and drafting agreements regarding intellectual property rights, including patent license agreements with universities and collaboration agreements with pharmaceutical companies.

Additional info

Ref. No.: 1052

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Foley Hoag
Seaport West
155 Seaport Boulevard
Boston, MA 02210-2600

Review:

"Pleasant, But Sometimes Disorganized "

Former Employee - Reviewed on December 18, 2017

Talk to everyone more frequently to communicate with them about their needs and your expectations. People do not perform well when there is stress due to uncertainty - when this can be prevented, there's no reason they need to be subjected to it.

Pros : Benefits and pay were satisfactory, for me. Work was relatively interesting. Associates and staff were easy to get along with. I thought the location was good, but there were mixed opinions on this, based on who I asked.
Cons : The firm just seemed kind of disorganized, at times. For example, sometimes, there was so much work that my previously scheduled time off was basically postponed with really short notice, and other times, there was really not much to do at all. Some people received new technology without really needing it that badly, while others who really needed it went without.
Current or former employee? : Former Employee

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