The candidate will assist with and/or manage a broad spectrum of corporate and transactional legal work, provide litigation and IP related support, general corporate governance support, and collaborate with other members of the legal team on various strategic initiatives. Draft, review, negotiate and interpret a wide range of commercial agreements in support of various company departments, including confidentiality agreements, vendor/supplier contracts, consulting ...
Transactional Attorney/ Senior Associate
The candidate should have excellent academic credentials and advanced skills in contract negotiation and drafting, enterprise formation and governance, mergers and acquisitions, dissolutions, intellectual property protection, real property acquisition, development, leasing and disposition, etc. Large law firm experience preferred. Healthcare experience a plus. Must be licensed in California. Partner with existing associates is consi...
The candidate should be a partner-level attorney with at least $500,000 annual book of business and/or be an attorney with 5+ years of experience to work in the area of Intellectual Property and Patent Prosecution.
IP ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY
The candidate work on analysis and documentation of bioengineering, biomedical technology, and medical devices in preparation of a patent application. Prepare applications for patents and present applications to U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and World Intellectual Property Organization under the international Patent Cooperation Treaty. Liaison with patent attorneys in foreign jurisdictions, such as Europe, China, Japan, Korean, Australia, etc. to p...
The candidate will be providing legal support and advice concerning supplier and service arrangements from client/user-side perspective. Will be responsible for legal review, negotiation and documentation of all vendor agreements entered into by the company in a manner that limits risk and provides clear requirements for suppliers. Negotiate, draft, and/or review vendor and intercompany contracts, including non-disclosure confidentiality agreements (NDAs), t...
Associate - IP Prosecution
The candidate must be a graduate level degree in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering. USPTO admission and 2+ years of experience in both writing and prosecuting patent applications are needed. Experience with a broad range of technologies such as telecommunications and software systems are needed. Excellent analytical skills, writing skills, and academic record is needed.
The candidate should have 3-5 years of transactional intellectual property experience including technology, biotech, pharma and medical device related licensing and commercialization contracts. and strong academics.