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Boston office of an AmLaw firm 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. Legal
The Massachusetts law office was set up one year ago. There are eight areas of practice offered at this location. Disciplines include capital markets, emerging companies, mergers-acquisitions, private equity, public offerings, technology transactions, transactional tax and venture capital. Some of their practice industries served include biotechnology, clean tech, communications and internet-digital media. There are twenty-three skillful attorneys on staff.SKILLS
IP - Litigation - Life Science General, IP - Litigation - Chemistry, IP - Litigation - BiologyEMPLOYMENT TYPE
Full-Time1 2017-11-13 20:36:15
Boston office of an AmLaw firm 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 expert discovery; researching and drafting dispositive and discovery motions and claim construction briefing; and participating in pre-trial and trial activities. Must have an undergraduate or Master's degree in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, or other life sciences discipline. Legal
Creative lawyering in a laid back environment is big draw for associates at this Amlaw firm. This California-based firm is highly regarded as one of the most innovative firms in the market. The firm is best known for its technology work and life sciences clients, and is generally recognized as the top legal provider for emerging companies. The California culture of the firm fosters a collaborative and social workplace, while the sophisticated training and meaningful attorney mentorship help develop associates into world class lawyers.SKILLS
IP - Litigation - Chemistry, IP - Litigation - Biology, IP - Litigation - BiochemistryEMPLOYMENT TYPE
Full-Time1 2016-09-14 22:35:12
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 representing companies in structuring and negotiating strategic transactions, including collaboration, licensing and research agreements, equity financings, mergers and acquisitions, and the full array of agreements that life sciences companies utilize to achieve strategic business objectives. Large law firm experience is preferred. Legal
The ideal candidate will have excellent client relationship, interpersonal and writing skills, as well as possess outstanding professional judgment. Excellent academic credentials are also required.
This large Boston firm has a surprisingly good government and regulatory practice, with the added bonus that their attorneys do not have to split their work with Washington DC lawyers in the same practice. This is a firm made up of well-rounded but most certainly well-pedigreed attorneys who come off unusually polished and professional. Associates here are generally quite satisfied, if not a little put off by what at times can be a bit of a competitive environment, both inside and outside the office. The strengths are that associates generally know whether they are 'on track' to make partner, and work in an environment that is designed with the appropriate mentoring and support staff to help associate development and training along.SKILLS
IP - Litigation - Pharmacology, IP - Litigation - Medicine, IP - Litigation - Life Science General, IP - Litigation - BiotechnologyEMPLOYMENT TYPE
Full-Time5 2018-09-10 18:37:04
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