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Chief Legal Counsel
The candidate will be reporting to the General Counsel of the Life Sciences Platform, with a dotted line reporting relationship to the President of Sciex. Will be gaining a solid understanding of the business, its goals, and challenges and identifying appropriate legal and compliance strategies to facilitate those goals and minimize those challenges. Negotiating, strategizing, documenting commercial transactions, contracts, and other legal arrangements... read more
Licensing Associate I
The candidate will manage a portfolio of technologies throughout the technology transfer process. Will negotiate and execute inter-institutional agreements, confidentiality agreements, materials transfer agreements, industry sponsored research agreements, collaborations, and non-exclusive licenses. Support other professionals in the office on more complex transactions, such as exclusive licenses. BS degree in chemistry/biology degree required; advance... read more
Boston office of our client seeks patent prosecution attorney with 7+ years of experience. Candidate can have a background in any hard or life science (except biology). Candidate must have excellent writing skills. A strong patent agent may also be considered for this role. Portable business is a plus. read more
Quincy office of our client is speaking a patent prosecution or litigation attorney with a degree in electrical engineering or a similar background. Portable business is a plus but not required.
The candidate must have an electrical engineering and/or computer science background. A technical specialist candidate with this background will also be considered. Superior academic record, research and writing skills are needed.
IP Associate (Patent – Electrical Engineering)
The candidate should have superior academic credentials and 2-6 years of experience in drafting and prosecuting electrical and/or software related patent applications. Must have admission to one State Bar, should be registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Must have experience in drafting and prosecuting electrical and software related patent applications.
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Seeking an Intellectual Property Director for preparing and filing patent applications in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and prosecuting domestic and foreign patent applications. Patent ability searches and opinions and client counseling on matters of patent ability are also integral aspects. Candidate should have a background in biochemistry or chemistry. Candidate should have a substantial portable book of business. Applicant should have experience in drafting infri...
Life Sciences Technology Specialists and Associates
Duties: Work will include preparation and prosecution of patent applications, IP due diligence, patent portfolio management and general intellectual property counseling for clients ranging from start-up entrepreneurs to large biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies and research institutions.
Senior Life Sciences Licensing Associate
The candidate must have experience in intellectual property licensing, technology transfer and other technology transactions as well as in IP support (including intellectual property and technology transaction due diligence) of corporate transactions in the life sciences arena. Should have experience in drafting and negotiating intellectual property licenses (including patent and trademark licenses); joint development, collaboration...
Intellectual Property Litigation Attorney - Life Sciences
The ideal candidate should have undergraduate or Master’s degree in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, or other life sciences discipline; experience working within the intellectual property department of a comparable law firm; and a high level of academic achievement from a law school institution. Should have preferably 1-4 years of significant patent litigation experience in U.S. District Courts and before the Pat...