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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...
Boston office of our client seeks intellectual property litigation attorney with 1-5 years of experience. The candidate should have a degree in Electrical Engineering (may consider mechanical engineers), Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry or a Biological Science, and/or Materials Science, as well as previous intellectual property experience. Advanced degrees is a plus.
Seeking Life Sciences Patent Attorney with a strong technical background and a Ph.D. in biology, biotechnology, molecular biology or a related discipline. The candidate will have 3-6 years of experience drafting and prosecuting patent applications, drafting opinions, and conducting due diligence.
The candidate will prepare, file and prosecute US, EPO and foreign patent applications in biotechnology areas. Will interact with clients (Therapeutic Units, Divisions and R&D technology platforms) in the US and Europe on a daily basis to provide client counselling and proactively solicit invention disclosures. Proactively counsel clients about IP strategy related to client’s business. Provide patentability evaluation of IP related to internal or external ...
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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ASSOCIATE
The candidate must have a Ph.D. in biochemistry, molecular biology or related field and a minimum of 2-3 years experience drafting and prosecuting patents in the life sciences. Must have a JD degree from an ABA-approved law school and be an active member in good standing of the Bar.
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...
Litigation Attorney (Life Sciences)
The candidate must have 2 – 5 years of specialized background and training related to product liability/mass torts in their Life Sciences practice. Must have strong academic backgrounds. Large law firm experience is a plus. Advanced degrees in medicine, biology, biochemistry, epidemiology, pharmacology or other sciences are highly preferred. Massachusetts Bar Membership is required.
Associate / Ip Litigation
The candidate should have 2-3 years of experience to join Intellectual Property Litigation practice. Experience working on Hatch-Waxman litigation matters and/or a Chemistry or Biology background is preferred. Ideal candidate will have experience with all phases of patent litigation, including discovery, drafting pleadings, writing briefs and preparing and arguing motions.
Associate - Ip (Litigation)
The candidate must have 3-5 years of experience. Experience working on Hatch-Waxman litigation matters and/or a Chemistry or Biology background is preferred. Should preferably have experience with all phases of patent litigation, including discovery, drafting pleadings, writing briefs and preparing and arguing motions.