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Description: Patent Litigation/EE/CS

Position: Associate

Notes: Firm is seeking an associate with 2-7 years of patent litigation experience, and preferably an electrical engineering and/or computer science background.

One of the largest firms in the world with over 3,000 lawyers in over 60 offices in 25 countries, this firm's clients include local, national, and global companies across a wide range of sectors, ranging from emerging businesses to some of the leading national and multinational companies. The firm's core Service groups are Commercial Contracts; Corporate; Employment, Pensions, and Benefits; Finance; Intellectual Property; Litigation and Arbitration ; Projects and Infrastructure; Real Estate; Regulatory and Government Affairs; Restructuring; Tax; Technology and Media.

Years Experience: (2 - 7)

Specialty: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering

Bar Requirements: Massachusetts

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Location: USA - MA - Boston

Date Opened: 11/14/2019

Code: 4506113

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