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Senior Ip Litigation Counsel
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Senior IP Litigation Counsel Duties: Collaborating with internal and external stakeholders to develop and implement litigation strategies to advance the Company's interests, whether through successful litigation or through innovative settlement strategies. Ensuring the Global IP team, in particular the Global Patent Attorneys, support the development of products in a manner that optimizes the launch of those products in the US. Seamless cooperation and collaboration with the Global Patent Attorney (and through them the global product development team working on a project) for each product, ensuring that each product developed for the US market has a robust US IP litigation strategy at, or shortly after, the product is put on stability trials, and that the regulatory submission is optimized for US litigation. Supervise and manage ANDA, 505(b)(2) and biosimilar patent litigations, including driving strategy and budgets with outside counsel and partnering with key internal stakeholders. Provide clear and direct expert counsel on BPCIA, Hatch-Waxman and related patent, regulatory, exclusivity and forfeiture issues, including developing innovative strategies on same to maximize growth in a manner clear for non-IP-experts. Maximize the value of IP litigations by developing an overall strategy for producing successful litigation results or settlements, and then using all available resources, such as post-grant proceedings, patent certifications, notice letters and detailed statements, discovery techniques, witnesses and expert selections, etc., to support the strategies. Negotiate and draft settlements in patent litigations in line with corporate objectives. Support and advise patent attorneys globally on key US IP litigation issues, training and advice. Ensure that the IP risk and strategy for any given product is well understood and documented, and that all launches at risk have the appropriate approval and support. Coach colleagues across all functions to improve US litigation expertise within globally. Conduct IP due diligence and provide IP review and IP agreement negotiation support for Company's business development (BD) activities, working collaboratively with BD internal and external counsel and other BD colleagues.

Requirements: A JD Degree from an accredited U.S. law school is required Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering or similar discipline is a plus. License to practice in at least one state or the District of Columbia is required. 8+ years of direct litigation experience within the pharmaceutical industry or a law firm handling complex intellectual property litigation matters. Substantial experience with litigating BPCIA and Hatch-Waxman cases is preferred. Operated Experience from a highly client service-oriented team where recognizing and responding quickly, clearly and pragmatically was essential. Proven judgment in and expertise working through complex issues, including those with significant strategic risk to the company. Independence in managing complex projects and the ability to provide oversight of cross-functional project teams by collaborating and setting strategic priorities to accomplish organizational goals. An energetic self-starting personality with strong business executive presence. Results orientation and ability to work effectively in a fast-paced and highly demanding environment. Exceptional presentation and business communication skills, and adept at working with senior management. Strong collaboration and team-player to work effective cross-functionally and gain commitment.

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