Opening Details

If you are interested in this position, please apply below. Contact Juris Placements using the reference code with any questions.

APPLY NOW  EMAIL US DIRECTLY

Description: Patent Litigation/Life Sciences Ph.D.

Position: Associate

Notes: We've been asked by a close AmLaw Top 40 client to help them locate a patent litigator for their busy life sciences group. The position is in NYC and does require a life sciences background � advanced degree preferred.

This is an international practice that has a wide concentration of work including IPR's involving antibodies as well as prosecution work when needed. They need to add someone capable and experienced (2-4 years) in supporting their life sciences litigation practice. Top compensation, great group of attorneys.

This is an active search interviewing now.

Years Experience: (2 - 4)

Specialty: Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Molecular Genetics, Pharmaceuticals, Biologics

Bar Requirements: New York, USPTO

Language:

Location: USA - NY - New York

Date Opened: 05/17/2019

Code: 4505017

Back to Search

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!
In-house Counsel