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Research & Development Counsel
The candidate will be accountable for legal expertise and business counseling on matters relating to research and development activities, program and alliance management, drug safety, regulatory approval and labeling, and overall compliance with requisite R&D regulations. Should have client responsibility on a broad range of company R&D related activities and serve as a dedicated strategic legal partner for one or more of **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***.’s late stag...
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...
Boston office of our client seeks IP litigation attorney with 1-4 years of life science experience. The candidate should have significant patent litigation experience in U.S. District Courts and before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (post-grant proceedings), including participating in underlying case analyses; conducting factual and legal research; drafting pleadings; participating in discovery on infringement, validity, and damages issues, including depositions and expe...
Intellectual Property Attorney
The candidate must have 5-6 years of IP litigation experience. Large firm experience and excellent academic experience is a must.
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Life Sciences Associate and Senior Associate - Intellectual Property
The candidate will handle: patent prosecution, post-grant proceedings, diligence, opinions, counseling and strategic IP advice. Will work closely with the Litigation/Controversy Department in IP litigation matters at the trial and appellate levels, including Hatch-Waxman and biological products.
Patent Associate (Chemistry)
Duties: Work on life science focused patent counseling, prosecution, and litigation practice. Conduct prior art database searches for patentability and freedom to operate analyses; analyze patent and scientific papers and documents to assist patent attorneys on patent prosecution, counseling, and litigation; draft patent applications and responses to office actions; and advise lawyers on technology issues in preparation for depositions.
The candidate should have 2-5 years of IP litigation experience. Should have an educational background in electrical engineering, as well as experience in the technical aspects of IP litigation, including experience in formulating infringement theories, drafting claim charts, and taking/defending technical fact and expert depositions.
The candidate must have 2-5 years of IP litigation experience. Should preferably have educational background in electrical engineering, as well as experience in the technical aspects of IP litigation, including experience in formulating infringement theories, drafting claim charts, and taking/defending technical fact and expert depositions.
The candidate must have 1-2 years of experience, strong academic credentials, and exceptional analytical skills and writing ability. Strong biotech background required. Ph.D. in a biotech field preferred. Must have a JD degree from an ABA-approved law school and be an active member in good standing of the Bar.