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Boston office of our client seeks technology licensing attorney with 2-5 years of experience. The candidate focuses on technology licensing, outsourcing and collaborations, especially in the IT (including digital health), life science and cleantech sectors, for private and public companies. Should have a robust and comprehensive technology transactions skill set. Must have 2 years of law firm experience. Would consider 2-3 years of experience in general corporate and/ or mergers and acquisitions with a strong interest in licensing. Significant experience with the following transactions: technology licensing, collaborations, outsourcing, development agreements, distribution agreements, manufacturing agreements and joint ventures, for IT and/or life science sectors is essential. Legal
Must be committed to excellence, teamwork and superior client service. Essential skills include exceptional written and verbal communication, attention to detail, good judgment, a team-oriented attitude, solid interpersonal and analytical skills, and the ability to handle multiple projects across multiple clients at one time is needed.
Technology is the name of the game at this huge Boston firm. With national and international clientele looking to these lawyers for patent work and high litigation help, the Boston attorneys boast a cutting edge practice virtually unrivaled in the area. The compensation here could not be beat--although the hours here can get pretty tough. Working hard is certainly easier with the glamor of these client files, and a cafeteria inside the office. Associates here tell us that they truly and genuinely like their partners, who allow associates to have a real voice in the office both in terms of client work and management issues.2 2018-04-06 21:04:26
Boston office of our client seeks IP biotech technology transactions attorney with preferably 4-8 years of licensing/partnering experience. The candidate focuses on strategic partnering and other commercial transactions for biotechnology and other life science companies (including pharmaceutical, medical device, diagnostic, discovery tools and digital health), with significant client interaction and the potential to function in a broader counseling capacity with clients on day-to-day matters. Significant corporate, transactional and/or intellectual property (litigation or prosecution) experience will be considered. A biological sciences, chemistry and/or business background, as well as in-house legal experience, will also be considered favorably. Legal
Superior academic credentials and excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills is needed.4 2018-01-25 18:20:47
Boston office of our client seeks technology transactions and outsourcing attorney with 1-2 years of experience. The candidate must be in good standing and an active member of the Massachusetts Bar. Legal
The candidate must have strong writing, analytical, and oral communication skills. The qualified candidate should have educational, legal work, or non-legal work experience demonstrating an interest or capabilities in the areas of technology, licensing, cybersecurity, or professional services delivery or management. The successful candidate will receive extensive training and will be involved in a wide range of leading-edge transactions. To be considered, the candidate must hold a JD from an ABA-approved law school with excellent academic credentials. Capability and desire to work as part of a team is essential.
This firm is fairly large nationally, with a mid-sized Boston office. The practice in the Boston office is fairly similar to that of the firm nationwide: good labor and employment work, health care, and general corporate and securities work. The attorneys here do complain that they occasionally feel a bit like a franchise, not seeing a good deal of overall unity. Nonetheless, the Boston and New York offices are fairly well connected and together cover most major practice areas. The advantages here are practice areas that get high points for interest from associates. That being said, these practice areas, like employment defense, are not big revenue drivers. Therefore, the salaries here are decidedly less than the big firm market, although not below market in general.1 2018-03-29 19:23:34
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