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Staff Attorney - Group IP
Duties: Work directly with Assistant General Counsel for Intellectual Property to align business activities worldwide with IP landscape; Conduct patent and trademark searches, including patent landscape, technology area and competitor IP searches and provide evaluations and recommendations with respect to product development activities, working with outside counsel where indicated; Work with researchers to determine patentability of inventions, draf
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Paralegal The candidate will assist the attorney in managing day-to-day tasks, including: Coordination of appointments; The drafting of documents and letters; Manageme
Senior Intellectual Property Counsel, Trademarks
The candidate will be performing and evaluating clearance searches on new trademarks, analyzing the results, and providing risk assessments. Filing and prosecuting trademark applications, including drafting substantive responses to Office Actions. Drafting, negotiating, and advising on trademark related agreements including third-party licenses, intra-company licenses, consents, assignments, settlement agreements, co-branding,
The associate will be given challenging assignments that reflect work typically done by junior associates. Lawyers at all levels work closely with summer associate and is involved in the cases and transactions on which they are working. Attend client meetings, help to prepare witnesses for their testimony at trial, and to attend depositions, hearings and trials.
Law Student Intern/Volunteer
The intern will be interviewing and advising clients. Intern will be organizing files. Conducting legal research. Drafting letters and papers. Conducting, observing and participating in court and administrative hearings. Currently attending an ABA accredited law school are considered. Must have good organizational, research and writing skills. Able to easily use computers (Web browsing, word processing, and file management) is required. Must be a
The candidate should be completing first year at law school.
The candidate should be a lawyer looking to make a transition or a recent grad seeking employment. All candidates must be compassionate and driven to achieve the best outcomes for our clients.
Environmental Law Internship. 2-3 CR/NC
The candidate will provide practical experience in the area of environmental law, including skills training and substantive knowledge.
604. Administrative Law Internship. 2 CR/NR
The program will supplement the Administrative Law course and is intended as a learning laboratory in which students observe and participate in the basic administrative law functions of a particular state or federal administrative agency (e.g. rule-making and contested case adjudication).
Students will acquire direct exposure to and experience in the practice of administrative law. Must have completion or current enrollment in the
Juvenile Law Internship
Interns will educate in juvenile law and procedure, learn how to negotiate and how to prosecute juvenile court matters including hearings, to expose students to the realities of the people who find themselves subject to juvenile court jurisdiction, to teach students about the work of social workers and other experts employed by the system and how to work with these professionals, to teach students good practice in this area of the law, to help student