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Intellectual Property Attorney
The candidate should preferably be registered with the federal Patent Bar and have 2+ years of experience in preparation and prosecution of patent applications. Experience with trademark prosecution is a plus. Responsibilities include: patentability analyses; drafting, filing and prosecuting patent applications; licensing and transactional work; advising and counseling clients on various matters involving copyrights, patents, trademarks, and ... read more
The candidate will teach Intellectual Property courses and serve as the Director of the Law School's Center for Intellectual Property Law. The Center hosts a national speaker series as well as an annual Intellectual Property Roundtable, which promotes and supports research and scholarship in the field. Applicants must hold a J.D. degree (or the equivalent) and should have outstanding records of accomplishment in scholarship, teaching, and service as well a...
Des Moines office of our client seeks shareholder-level attorney with experience. The candidate will expand their existing books of business. Practice in business transactions, banking, health care, intellectual property, employment, or construction a priority.
Des Moines office of our client seeks intellectual property attorney with 2+ years of experience in preparation and prosecution of patent applications. The candidate will be drafting, filing and prosecuting patent applications; licensing and transactional work. Advising and counseling clients on various matters involving copyrights, patents, trademarks, and trade secrets; and working with other attorneys on litigation and transactional matters involving intellectual propert...
The candidate will sit within the Law Departmentâ€™s Transactional Law Group which is responsible for the majority of the transactional, technology, intellectual property and tax matters of the Company. Will draft and/or reviews various types of contracts such as: supply, services, software/technology licenses, purchase or sale agreements, TPA and outsourcing agreements. Reviews and advises on corporate venture capital investments and supports M&A activity. Demonst...
Responsibilities: Contract review and drafting of all types including intellectual property transactions, non-disclosure agreements, manufacturing contracts, and consulting agreements; Research projects relating to domestic and international regulatory matters advising management as to its legal rights and practice other phases of business law; Assist in negotiating, structuring, and/or administrating contractual documents that establish business relationships wit...
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The candidate provides a wide range of legal services and advice to the company and its subsidiaries. Works closely with the general counsel and legal team, executives, business unit leaders, employees at all levels and outside legal counsel and report to General Counsel. Advises, consults, and carries out the legal processes necessary to preserve and protect the rights, privileges, and obligations of the organization. Analyzes statutes, decisions, regul...
Des Moines office of our client seeks mechanical patent prosecution attorney with 1-3 years of experience. The candidate must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or a related field. Must preferably be registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Strong knowledge of patent prosecution in the mechanical and/or electrical fields is essential.