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Licensing Associate I
The candidate will manage, with increasing independence, a portfolio of technologies throughout the technology transfer process, including overseeing patenting, marketing, and licensing. Will negotiate and execute agreements. Manage existing and new alliances by helping track deliverables, keeping firm scientists aware of their rights and obligations. Collaborate with others in BODFI on more complex agreements and projects. Business development work m...
Associate Counsel - Biopharmaceuticals
The candidate will provide legal advice for company transactions relating to sales, licensing, commercial product distribution, marketing, and research and development. Provide legal advice and interpretation. Oversee negotiations and provide direct counseling on transactional activities. Draft, modify, and finalize routine and non-routine contracts. Identify and resolve legal issues related to transactions. Develop improved contract ...
Patent Attorney II, Biology
The candidate will manage, direct and leverage designated patent and related intellectual property (IP) activities within the company. Partner, challenge and counsel company clients on opportunities to protect their inventions and mitigate third party risks. Identify, draft, file and prosecute patent applications for all inventions arising from company projects in technical area(s), e.g., technologies, biological targets, new biologic entities, ...
The candidate should have 2-5 years of experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications for biotechnology clients. Should have a Ph.D. in a biological science and experience with biologics, in particular antibodies, who can hit the ground running drafting and prosecuting immunooncology patent applications. Should be technology specialists with very strong antibody drafting and prosecution experience will be considered for the role. A Ph.D. or equivalent...
The candidate will lead the growth and management of internal patent preparation and prosecution capabilities, including developing procedures and best practices for other IP Group members. Develop strategies to protect the Company’s intellectual property assets (including commercial products, development candidates, research findings and other related subject matter). Implement and lead IP strategy for Asset Teams, and establish positive working relationships...
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Patent Attorney II, NIBR Biology
Duties: Partner, challenge and counsel NIBR clients on opportunities to protect their inventions and mitigate third party risks. Identify, draft, file and prosecute patent applications for all inventions arising from NIBR projects in technical area(s), e.g., technologies, biological targets, new biologic entities, secondary patents (e.g., additional indications, combinations). Formulate patent strategies for key NIBR clients in technical ar...
IP Associate-Patent – Biotech
The candidate should have advanced degree in biology, biochemistry, biotechnology, pharmacology, and/or life sciences. Must have superior academic credentials and 2-6 years of experience in drafting and prosecuting biotechnology patent applications. In addition to admission to at least one State Bar, candidate should be registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Must have a Ph.D., possess excellent writing, interpers...
Boston office of our client seeks IP attorney with 2-6 years of experience in drafting and prosecuting biotechnology patent applications. The candidate should have an advanced degree in biology, biochemistry, biotechnology, pharmacology, and/or life sciences. In addition to admission to one State Bar, candidate should be registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Boston office of our client seeks patent attorney with experience. The candidate will join the Life Sciences Intellectual Property Group. Will serve in the 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. Should have strong scientific backgrounds, preferabl...