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Description: IP/Trademark Litigation

Position: Associate

Notes: Top firm is seeking a mid-level litigation associate to join its growing IP Litigation Group. Must have 3-5 years of IP litigation experience and a willingness to work on a full range of IP litigation including patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret litigation.

Must have experience analyzing legal and factual issues, preparing pleadings, writing briefs, conducting sophisticated and complex legal research, interacting with opposing counsel and clients, handling all facets of discovery (including e-discovery), conducting witness interviews, taking and defending depositions, drafting and responding to cease and desist letters, and making court appearances.

Must be thoughtful, possess strong organizational skills, impeccable attention to detail and an interest in gaining greater responsibility over multiple matters. Self-starters with imagination, creativity, vision and an entrepreneurial spirit who are independent thinkers and have the capacity to assume increasing responsibility in a highly successful global organization.

Must have the ability to function in a global team environment with culturally diverse team members. Must have New York bar, excellent academic credentials and strong writing and oral advocacy skills.

With over 70 offices and over 3500 attorneys, this firm qualifies as one of the largest in the world.

Years Experience: (3 - 5)

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Bar Requirements: New York

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Location: USA - NY - New York

Date Opened: 09/12/2019

Code: 4505623

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