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New York City office of our client seeks attorney with 2+ years of experience in IP litigation prosecution. The candidate should have scientific or technical background, most often in the electrical, computer science, chemical, biotech or mechanical arts areas.
We have heard nothing but excellent reports on the lifestyle at this firm. As likely to be engaged in a casual hallway conversation with a partner as with an associate, these patent lawyers are surprisingly down to earth. This large midtown office is quite beautiful, which is a good thing when you are involved in this busy and fast-paced practice. Of the intellectual property firms, the litigators here top the list.
New York City office of our client seeks mid-level IP litigation attorney with 3-5 years of patent experience. The candidate should have a background in Electrical Engineering, Chemistry or Biotechnology/Pharma.
This major Wall Street firm has expertise in all types of corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, project finance, and capital markets, and it represents many of the world's largest financial institutions and multinational corporations. The firm's other practice areas include bankruptcy, litigation, tax, and trusts and estates. Associates are provided with formal and on the job training, and matters are staffed leanly, so junior associates receive a large amount of responsibility and contact with partners and clients. This firm is now hiring exceptional candidates with top grades and meaningful experience.
New York City office of our client seeks IP litigation attorney with 3-4 years of experience through all phases of patent litigation, specifically involving software, pharmaceuticals (ANDA litigation), semiconductors, and/or computer hardware. The candidate must hold a degree in Engineering or a hard Science (Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry, Life Sciences). Trademark litigation experience is a plus. Clerkship experience is preferred. Must be in good standing and an active member of the New York Bar.
Area of expertise is litigation law. There are five core areas of practice. Disciplines consist of litigation, trademark-copyright, business law, sports, and energy. A significant group of practiced attorneys are on staff. They represent clients nationwide and globally. New York attorneys were acknowledged in prominent industry publications.
Syracuse office seeks intellectual property litigation attorney having 4+ years of experience in patent litigation. The candidate must have prior experience that includes some or all of the following: drafting Markman or summary judgment briefs, taking and defending expert or inventor depositions, and appearances in Court to argue substantive motions. Should be able to read and understand patents and their file histories on own. Should be generally familiar with PTO practice and procedure both in connection with original prosecution and post grant procedures.
With offices in New York, Massachusetts, Washington, D.C., and Canada, this leading full-service law firm has a distinguished and long- standing reputation. Established in the mid-nineteenth century, the firm is comprised of a considerably large team of seasoned attorneys who deal with issues related to about 30 areas of law. The firm embraces diversity and provides quality service to its clients. The attorneys here participate in seminars throughout the year and contribute court case studies and rulings to their recurrent law review.
New York City office of our client seeks attorney with intellectual property litigation experience.
The founding partner fled big firm life to start a new boutique law firm, with an emphasis on litigation. Although very small, the work here is described as top of the line, and the firm has already played its part in some major antitrust disputes. The work here will be as good as the big guys', but you will be guaranteed more responsbility on a file and the hours that such responsibility entails.
New York City office of our client seeks mid-level IP litigation attorney with 3+ years of law firm experience particular in the areas of trademarks, copyrights, and counterfeiting and piracy matters. The candidate should have experience of drafting pleadings and motions, and involvement in all aspects of the discovery process. Prosecution and counseling experience is a plus. Background in media, sports and entertainment litigation is also useful. Current New York Bar membership is required.
This firm is a white shoe in DC, but does not hold quite the prestige in New York. Nonetheless, associate life here is very much the best of both worlds, as associates work in this modern space age office with no minimum billable hour requirements. Does that mean associates aren't working hard? Of course not. But the emphasis here is training, training, and training—not numbers crunching. With a fairly predictable but somewhat political partnership track, associates feel that they have a solid place in the organization.
New York City office of our client seeks patent litigation attorney with 1-4 years of experience in life sciences. The candidate should have (1) an advanced degree in biology, immunology, biochemistry, or chemistry, or (2) a background in electrical engineering and computer science.
This leading international law firm was formed almost a century ago in West Virginia. The firm has nine offices nationwide as well as in China and Belgium. It employs a fairly large group of highly skilled attorneys and paralegals and focuses on issues related to antitrust and competition, aerospace, defense, and government services. Diversity is encouraged and practiced at the firm. The firm has earned industry awards and top rankings for its exemplary legal service.
Our clients New York City office is seeking a life science intellectual property litigation attorney with 2-4 years of experience. Candidate should have a chemistry, biology, or other life sciences degree.
This firm specialized in Business Litigation and is known for its low turnover and California style culture. Compensation is extremely competitive, and the firm has earned a reputation for giving attorneys early responsibility.
New York City office of our client seeks pharmaceutical and medical device patent litigation attorney with 3+ years of experience. The candidate should preferably have a degree in Chemistry or Biochemistry and experience with depositions, expert reports, and discovery management. Must be licensed and in good standing in the state in which the candidate would practice.
This reputed law firm was established almost 150 years ago and has seven offices across the United States. It employs a sizable group of adept attorneys and represents clients in both national and international courts. The firm specializes in class action litigation, finance law, and real estate law. Diversity is encouraged at this law firm.
New York City office of our client seeks junior to mid-level attorney with 2+ years of IP litigation experience. The candidate should be admitted in good standing in the state of New York. Computer science background and German language skills are preferred.
This law firm provides solutions to both their domestic and international clients in matters pertaining to intellectual property, arbitration, corporate law, and litigation. Their areas of practice also include patents, trademarks, copyrights, licensing, transactions, trade secrets, and unfair competition. The firm is located in New York City.
Intellectual Property - Litigation Attorney jobs in New York
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