Boston office of an AmLaw firm seeks life sciences/business and technology associate attorney with 5-7 years of experience. The candidate will focus on corporate and transactional work for life sciences companies, including biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device, diagnostic and other life sciences organizations. Will serve as a strategic advisor to clients on a wide range of operational, corporate and commercial matters. Must preferably have extensive experience repr...
The candidate should be experienced IP Partner, Sr. Associate, Of Counsel, or group with portable book of business to build existing IP practice. Must be IP litigation specialist, prosecution specialist, or a group with both. Must have experience in litigating patent and copyright infringement, trade secrets, registering and litigating copyrights and trademarks, and negotiating and litigating licensing agreements and non-compete agreements would fit with curren...
IP Litigation Associates Or Senior Associates
The candidate must have strong writing, analytical and legal research skills as well as 3â€“4 yearsâ€™ litigation experience managing the discovery process and teams, involvement in taking/defending depositions, and motion practice. Should have a technical background and/or experience in litigation in the life sciences, computer sciences or electrical engineering areas.
Silicon Valley AmLaw office is seeking a patent litigation attorney with 3-4 years of experience. Candidate must be a member of the CA bar and have stellar academic credentials and top firm experience.
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Dallas AmLaw office of our client, one of the most prestigious firms in the world, is looking for an IP litigation associate (class of 2014-2016). The ideal candidate will have a technical or life sciences background. Strong preference will be given to candidates with a Federal Circuit Court clerkship or District Court clerkship, ideally in the Eastern District of Texas, Delaware, or Northern California.