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Description: Patent Litigation Partner

Position: Partner

Notes: This is a position for a Partner or possibly a group that brings litigations at a minimum of $1.5M. The existing group is made up of two trial savvy partners who have 15 + trials between them. They now need to diversify beyond the generic pharma side where they are fully vested by adding work in other disciplines that will not conflict. They have an existing trial team ready. As the firm can work coast to coast the Partner that joins can be situated in NYC, DC, SF or CHI.

The firm is big on lateral integration, is almost always conflict free, transparent in the way they act as a small democracy. The firm is open to women and diversity, has no debt and professes a flexible billing rate with immediate compensation once realized.

150 year old firm has over 300 attorneys in the US active before state and federal courts, as well as administrative agencies, throughout the country and abroad. Firm represents clients as both plaintiffs and defendants in federal and state courts, before federal, state and local administrative agencies, in arbitrations and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Emphasis on complex, toxic tort, insurance class actions, and reinsurance disputes.

Years Experience: (8 - 15)


Bar Requirements:


Location: USA - DC - Washington, USA - IL - Chicago, USA - NY - New York

Date Opened: 05/18/2018

Code: 4503071

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I was contacted by Mitch in regards to an in-house opportunity that fit my level of experience and credentials. Mitch promptly followed up with me once I expressed interest. He took the time to answer every last question I had about the type of work the position would entail, the qualities that companies look for when adding additional in-house counsel, and how my current role would translate to this new opportunity. What struck me about Mitch was his total transparency. He did not hide any details, and made sure that I was fully informed about salary information, benefits, etc., so that I knew going in what to expect. I was completely prepared for my interview and knocked it out of the park, in large part to the extensive conversation and emails with Mitch. A few weeks later I was offered, and accepted the job! I would absolutely suggest Mitch to anyone looking to either fill an in-house position, or someone looking to make the transition to in-house or another firm. Thanks again Mitch!
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