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Location Massachusetts - Boston
Job ID 7R39205116
IP - Litigation General
Boston office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks an intellectual property litigation associate attorney with 2-4 years of experience, preferably at a firm with a sophisticated IP litigation practice. The candidate must have experience in patent and/or trademark litigation. MA Bar admission is preferred.
The candidate must have a superior academic record. Strong research and writing skills are needed.
Dare we say that this mid-sized Boston firm is fun? But truthfully, it is. A full service firm with modest but comfortable offices has some of the most interesting attorneys around. With impressive achievement both inside and outside of the office, these attorneys excel at young ages. For instance, one young lawyer is taking a leadership role in a Boston CLE program. Another is heading a prominent and fun community program. And, importantly, both are valued by the leadership of the firm for their contributions. Interesting clientele have followed, including notable sports teams and Fortune 500s. We believe the best practice areas are bankruptcy and creditor's rights and construction, which will continue to be busy over the next several months and years.
Your information will not be forwarded to any employers at this time. A recruiter will contact you with more information once our internal review of your resume is completed.
225 Franklin Street, 26th floorBoston,Massachusetts 02110
Phone (857) 277-7381
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Boston office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks litigation associate attorney with 4-6 years of IP litigation experience. The candidate should preferably have patent litigation experience.
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