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Counsel, Intellectual Property

Los Angeles CA Counsel, Intellectual Property RESPONSIBILITIES: Providing overall Intellectual Property strategy, advice and counseling to clients and protecting certain divisions of trademark portfolio, domains and copyright works. Support of in-house professionals, directly handles US trademark clearance, filing, prosecution, substantive office actions and works with counsel in international jurisdictions for similar tasks. Trademark enforcement involves reviewing watch notices, handling investigators, drafting cease and desist letters, preparing domestic oppositions, defending cancellations, and engaging and overseeing foreign counsel for foreign advice and oppositions, along with defending third party claims, and filing UDRP actions. Copyright enforcement involves analyzing copyright and other claims, including those that can succeed to address social media misuses. This role will work with the rest of the department to support the overall intellectual property protection efforts of our companies.

QUALIFICATIONS: Juris Doctor degree from accredited law school with bar admission; excellent academic credentials and continuing legal education in Intellectual Property. Member of NY or CA Bar. Should have 3 years of applicable experience with trademark portfolio management at a major law firm, IP boutique, and/or an in-house position. In-house trademarks experience. USPTO/TTAB experience. Excellent analytical talent, with oral and written communications skills, suitable for busy business clients, including presentations to peers and clients. Proficiency in trademark law and copyright law with shown success at influencing and using initiative to achieve results. Extraordinary work ethic, highly organized, attention to detail and ability to adapt to constantly changing priorities and handle numerous projects simultaneously. Ability to quickly acquire organizational and business awareness is a key success factor. Computer proficiency, including trademark database and Internet
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-09

Intellectual Property Counsel

Los Angeles CA Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate serves as trusted legal counsel on all IP issues and as the primary IP Legal resource for the BUs R&D and sales teams (with a particular focus on invention mining, IP portfolio development and management, product development lifecycle, training teams on IP matters & best practices, patentability, patent preparation and prosecution, freedom to operate, landscape searches, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights), locally and globally, by providing solid, timely, proactive, and practical IP legal advice. Builds and maintains a comprehensive understanding of intellectual property, products and businesses, its goals and challenges, and identifies and successfully executes appropriate IP strategies to achieve those goals and minimize those challenges. Aligns IP strategies with business and strategic plans, including regularly attending and providing IP legal advice at patent review committees to confirm alignment with evolving IP, business, and strategic plans. Manages outside counsel and prepares and prosecutes patent applications with a focus on quality, output, and cost across various countries related to cancer diagnostic technologies, including digital pathology, medical imaging, and artificial intelligence software. Drafts and negotiates IP-related agreements (e.g., licensing agreements, master service agreements, SDKs, EULAs, collaboration agreements, tech transfer agreements, NDAs, etc.). Assists with mergers and acquisitions including due diligence, deal agreements, and integration. Willing to work on the smallest and simplest, as well as the most complex, IP matters. Researches and develops understandable and usable presentations on relevant IP landscapes.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor and Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Biomedical Engineering (or related field equivalent). Registered to practice before the USPTO. Active Bar Admission in good standing in at least one US jurisdiction. Should have 5-8 years post-bar admission in a law firm and/or in-house experience for a medical technology company with hands-on experience drafting, prosecuting, and managing the US and international patent applications directed to digital pathology, medical imaging, and cancer diagnostics including artificial intelligence software. Experience drafting and negotiating IP-related agreements (e.g., licensing agreements, master service agreements, collaboration agreements, tech transfer agreements, NDAs). Experience counseling clients on patentability, patent infringement, patent validity matters, freedom to operate, landscape searches, invention mining, portfolio development & management, trademark, trade secret, and copyright matters. Demonstrated success in being easy to work with and giving practical, timely, proactive, pragmatic, cost-effective, and straightforward legal advice to clients. Has a growth mindset, works well in a team environment, and is willing to try new or different approaches to problem solving, development, and IP management. Experience with M&A and related due diligence is preferred. Understanding of FDA regulations for medical devices is preferred. In-house experience with a medical technology company is preferred. Experience supporting IP litigation is preferred.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2022-04-27

Intellectual Property Counsel

San Diego CA Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate serves as trusted legal counsel on all IP issues and as the primary IP Legal resource for the BUs R&D and sales teams (with a particular focus on invention mining, IP portfolio development and management, product development lifecycle, training teams on IP matters & best practices, patentability, patent preparation and prosecution, freedom to operate, landscape searches, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights), locally and globally, by providing solid, timely, proactive, and practical IP legal advice. Builds and maintains a comprehensive understanding of intellectual property, products and businesses, its goals and challenges, and identifies and successfully executes appropriate IP strategies to achieve those goals and minimize those challenges. Aligns IP strategies with business and strategic plans, including regularly attending and providing IP legal advice at patent review committees to confirm alignment with evolving IP, business, and strategic plans. Manages outside counsel and prepares and prosecutes patent applications with a focus on quality, output, and cost across various countries related to cancer diagnostic technologies, including digital pathology, medical imaging, and artificial intelligence software. Drafts and negotiates IP-related agreements (e.g., licensing agreements, master service agreements, SDKs, EULAs, collaboration agreements, tech transfer agreements, NDAs, etc.). Assists with mergers and acquisitions including due diligence, deal agreements, and integration. Willing to work on the smallest and simplest, as well as the most complex, IP matters. Researches and develops understandable and usable presentations on relevant IP landscapes.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor and Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Biomedical Engineering (or related field equivalent). Registered to practice before the USPTO. Active Bar Admission in good standing in at least one US jurisdiction. Should have 5-8 years post-bar admission in a law firm and/or in-house experience for a medical technology company with hands-on experience drafting, prosecuting, and managing the US and international patent applications directed to digital pathology, medical imaging, and cancer diagnostics including artificial intelligence software. Experience drafting and negotiating IP-related agreements (e.g., licensing agreements, master service agreements, collaboration agreements, tech transfer agreements, NDAs). Experience counseling clients on patentability, patent infringement, patent validity matters, freedom to operate, landscape searches, invention mining, portfolio development & management, trademark, trade secret, and copyright matters. Demonstrated success in being easy to work with and giving practical, timely, proactive, pragmatic, cost-effective, and straightforward legal advice to clients. Has a growth mindset, works well in a team environment, and is willing to try new or different approaches to problem solving, development, and IP management. Experience with M&A and related due diligence is preferred. Understanding of FDA regulations for medical devices is preferred. In-house experience with a medical technology company is preferred. Experience supporting IP litigation is preferred.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2022-04-27

Intellectual Property Counsel

Vista CA Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate serves as trusted legal counsel on all IP issues and as the primary IP Legal resource for the BUs R&D and sales teams (with a particular focus on invention mining, IP portfolio development and management, product development lifecycle, training teams on IP matters & best practices, patentability, patent preparation and prosecution, freedom to operate, landscape searches, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights), locally and globally, by providing solid, timely, proactive, and practical IP legal advice. Builds and maintains a comprehensive understanding of intellectual property, products and businesses, its goals and challenges, and identifies and successfully executes appropriate IP strategies to achieve those goals and minimize those challenges. Aligns IP strategies with business and strategic plans, including regularly attending and providing IP legal advice at patent review committees to confirm alignment with evolving IP, business, and strategic plans. Manages outside counsel and prepares and prosecutes patent applications with a focus on quality, output, and cost across various countries related to cancer diagnostic technologies, including digital pathology, medical imaging, and artificial intelligence software. Drafts and negotiates IP-related agreements (e.g., licensing agreements, master service agreements, SDKs, EULAs, collaboration agreements, tech transfer agreements, NDAs, etc.). Assists with mergers and acquisitions including due diligence, deal agreements, and integration. Willing to work on the smallest and simplest, as well as the most complex, IP matters. Researches and develops understandable and usable presentations on relevant IP landscapes.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor and Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Biomedical Engineering (or related field equivalent). Registered to practice before the USPTO. Active Bar Admission in good standing in at least one US jurisdiction. Should have 5-8 years post-bar admission in a law firm and/or in-house experience for a medical technology company with hands-on experience drafting, prosecuting, and managing the US and international patent applications directed to digital pathology, medical imaging, and cancer diagnostics including artificial intelligence software. Experience drafting and negotiating IP-related agreements (e.g., licensing agreements, master service agreements, collaboration agreements, tech transfer agreements, NDAs). Experience counseling clients on patentability, patent infringement, patent validity matters, freedom to operate, landscape searches, invention mining, portfolio development & management, trademark, trade secret, and copyright matters. Demonstrated success in being easy to work with and giving practical, timely, proactive, pragmatic, cost-effective, and straightforward legal advice to clients. Has a growth mindset, works well in a team environment, and is willing to try new or different approaches to problem solving, development, and IP management. Experience with M&A and related due diligence is preferred. Understanding of FDA regulations for medical devices is preferred. In-house experience with a medical technology company is preferred. Experience supporting IP litigation is preferred.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2022-04-27

Counsel, Intellectual Property

Culver City CA Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Research and determine the company's remake/sequel and ancillary rights and associated restrictions and obligations in its currently owned properties: Research and locate all relevant agreements. Review, analyze, and prepare summaries of relevant agreements, including literary rights acquisition, co-production, finance, distribution, network license, digital rights, and talent agreements. Apply all relevant copyright and collective bargaining (e.g., Writer's Guild of America) principles to the analysis. Draft memos and emails to clients. Enter information, as needed, into relevant company databases. Responsible for analyses and advice regarding a broad range of other rights, including distribution rights, the right to collect copyright royalties, and chain of title issues.

Qualifications: Law Degree (e.g., JD). Member in Good Standing of the California Bar (including as registered in-house counsel). Experience with entertainment industry contracts is strongly preferred, including experience evaluating the chain of title, underlying rights, distribution rights, and talent rights and restrictions. A basic understanding of copyright rights is strongly preferred (through course work and/or experience). Ability to analyze, interpret and summarize complex contract language and communicate complex issues to business, legal, and creative executives in a succinct and clear manner. Excellent analytical and issue-spotting skills. Outstanding written and oral communication skills. Demonstrated ability to pay attention to detail. Excellent judgment and common sense. Strong organizational skills, ability to manage project flow and work processes, and attendant follow-up and follow-through. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work cohesively in a collaborative environment. Ability to work independently, prioritize work, and meet deadlines. Ability to be flexible and work well in a fast-paced environment where priorities are subject to revision based on business needs. Skill in the use of various databases for research, data entry and data management.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-25

Ip/intellectual Property Counsel

Emeryville CA IP/Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate will identify patentable inventions, drafting patent applications, work together with outside counsel on patent filing, prosecution and patent portfolio matters and collaborate with R&D on inventions and freedom to operate. Will conduct patent and prior art search, competitive landscape analysis, patentability and freedom to operate analysis. Draft IP provisions of contract templates, as well as review and negotiate IP clauses in relevant contracts. Support business development and research collaborations, including due diligence assessments, on contract drafting and negotiation, and alliance management of existing collaborations. Monitor patent trends and case law developments in major markets, and adjust IP strategies accordingly; and advocate positions important to in matters concerning IP government and regulatory policy. Review draft publications and presentations. Provide litigation support, including validity and non-infringement analysis. Manage trademark matters.

The candidate should have 5 years of relevant experience in pharmaceutical patent practice. Must have an Advanced degree in molecular biology, immunology, or other biological sciences required. Juris Doctor from an accredited U.S. law school is required. Must be Admitted to USPTO and at least one State Bar. A deep understanding of global pharmaceutical patent laws, regulatory data protection laws, regulations, and best practices, in the U.S., China, and Europe is needed. Experience in the pharmaceutical industry and a strong understanding of pharmaceutical R&D drug development and commercialization are required. Must have excellent drafting, negotiation, and communication skills, with the ability and confidence to represent *** in the area of patent law. Prior experience managing projects is strongly preferred. In-depth knowledge and experience in counseling drug discovery and development and commercial launch are needed. Must have a proven track record of patent portfolio development. Should have experience and skill at drafting patent applications and responses to patent office actions.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-23

Intellectual Property (ip) Attorney

Redwood City CA Intellectual Property (IP) Attorney Duties: Prepare and prosecute patent applications for the Company, focusing on the pre-clinical and clinical method of use inventions (e.g., dosing, combination therapy, patient population, biomarkers). Identify patentable inventions through frequent interactions with project teams at all stages of R&D and identify inventorship. Provide advice to the Company concerning the patentability of its inventions and the advisability of filing patent applications covering those inventions. Manage outside IP counsel to achieve positive, practical outcomes for the Company's IP portfolio and obtain advice regarding related risks and opportunities, as needed. Manage and coordinate patent filings with licensors and collaborators. Prepare legal opinions and analyses of patents for freedom-to-operate. Conduct IP diligence and provide other IP support for business development opportunities. Conduct searches for competitive IP and, together with project teams and the corporate development team, help monitor, evaluate and collate the competitive IP landscape. Enhance the IP department's organizational infrastructure (e.g., docketing, filing). Facilitate scientific relationships with world-class academic and pharma collaborators through reviewing, drafting, negotiating, interpreting, and coordinating material transfer agreements and sponsored research agreements, with assistance from RevMed transactional law teammates. Advice on IP aspects of various agreements, including confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, clinical collaboration agreements, and master service agreements. Review and advise on proposed Company scientific publications and corporate filings. Educate and advise the Company on intellectual property issues and best practices. Communicate with internal stakeholders to understand business needs and ensure IP protection aligns with those needs. Identify IP risks and communicate those risks to internal stakeholders for discussion and resolution.

Qualifications: J.D. degree from ABA-accredited law school and a member in good standing of the California Bar, or eligible for in-house registration in California. Admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Ph.D. in Chemical Biology, Biology, Cancer Immunology, Pharmacology, or related biological science; or a Ph.D. in Chemistry with strong Biology experience. Law firm and/or in-house patent training. Should have 5 years of patent preparation and prosecution experience, including proven ability to translate pre-clinical and clinical biological and pharmacological findings into valuable patent applications. Experience negotiating and drafting agreements including consulting agreements, CDAs, MSAs, MTAs, SRAs, and license agreements is preferred. Possess excellent judgment, negotiation, and communication (verbal and written) skills; able to simplify the complex and adapt to audiences with varying levels of legal fluency. The ability to multi-task, prioritize options, anticipate challenges and execute on goals as a member of an interdisciplinary team is extremely important.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-22
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Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# NGNQ167935
 
Counsel, Intellectual Property RESPONSIBILITIES: Providing overall Intellectual Property strategy, advice and counseling to clients and protecting certain divisions of trademark portfolio, domains and copyright works. Support of in-house professionals, directly handles US trademark clearance, filing, prosecution, substantive office actions and works with counsel in international jurisdictions for similar tasks. Trademark enforcement involves reviewing watch notices, handling investigators, drafting cease and desist letters, preparing domestic oppositions, defending cancellations, and engaging and overseeing foreign counsel for foreign advice and oppositions, along with defending third party claims, and filing UDRP actions. Copyright enforcement involves analyzing copyright and other claims, including those that can succeed to address social media misuses. This role will work with the rest of the department to support the overall intellectual property protection efforts of our companies.

QUALIFICATIONS: Juris Doctor degree from accredited law school with bar admission; excellent academic credentials and continuing legal education in Intellectual Property. Member of NY or CA Bar. Should have 3 years of applicable experience with trademark portfolio management at a major law firm, IP boutique, and/or an in-house position. In-house trademarks experience. USPTO/TTAB experience. Excellent analytical talent, with oral and written communications skills, suitable for busy business clients, including presentations to peers and clients. Proficiency in trademark law and copyright law with shown success at influencing and using initiative to achieve results. Extraordinary work ethic, highly organized, attention to detail and ability to adapt to constantly changing priorities and handle numerous projects simultaneously. Ability to quickly acquire organizational and business awareness is a key success factor. Computer proficiency, including trademark database and Internet
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# FBXB167641
 
Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate serves as trusted legal counsel on all IP issues and as the primary IP Legal resource for the BUs R&D and sales teams (with a particular focus on invention mining, IP portfolio development and management, product development lifecycle, training teams on IP matters & best practices, patentability, patent preparation and prosecution, freedom to operate, landscape searches, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights), locally and globally, by providing solid, timely, proactive, and practical IP legal advice. Builds and maintains a comprehensive understanding of intellectual property, products and businesses, its goals and challenges, and identifies and successfully executes appropriate IP strategies to achieve those goals and minimize those challenges. Aligns IP strategies with business and strategic plans, including regularly attending and providing IP legal advice at patent review committees to confirm alignment with evolving IP, business, and strategic plans. Manages outside counsel and prepares and prosecutes patent applications with a focus on quality, output, and cost across various countries related to cancer diagnostic technologies, including digital pathology, medical imaging, and artificial intelligence software. Drafts and negotiates IP-related agreements (e.g., licensing agreements, master service agreements, SDKs, EULAs, collaboration agreements, tech transfer agreements, NDAs, etc.). Assists with mergers and acquisitions including due diligence, deal agreements, and integration. Willing to work on the smallest and simplest, as well as the most complex, IP matters. Researches and develops understandable and usable presentations on relevant IP landscapes.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor and Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Biomedical Engineering (or related field equivalent). Registered to practice before the USPTO. Active Bar Admission in good standing in at least one US jurisdiction. Should have 5-8 years post-bar admission in a law firm and/or in-house experience for a medical technology company with hands-on experience drafting, prosecuting, and managing the US and international patent applications directed to digital pathology, medical imaging, and cancer diagnostics including artificial intelligence software. Experience drafting and negotiating IP-related agreements (e.g., licensing agreements, master service agreements, collaboration agreements, tech transfer agreements, NDAs). Experience counseling clients on patentability, patent infringement, patent validity matters, freedom to operate, landscape searches, invention mining, portfolio development & management, trademark, trade secret, and copyright matters. Demonstrated success in being easy to work with and giving practical, timely, proactive, pragmatic, cost-effective, and straightforward legal advice to clients. Has a growth mindset, works well in a team environment, and is willing to try new or different approaches to problem solving, development, and IP management. Experience with M&A and related due diligence is preferred. Understanding of FDA regulations for medical devices is preferred. In-house experience with a medical technology company is preferred. Experience supporting IP litigation is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# QSDK167642
 
Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate serves as trusted legal counsel on all IP issues and as the primary IP Legal resource for the BUs R&D and sales teams (with a particular focus on invention mining, IP portfolio development and management, product development lifecycle, training teams on IP matters & best practices, patentability, patent preparation and prosecution, freedom to operate, landscape searches, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights), locally and globally, by providing solid, timely, proactive, and practical IP legal advice. Builds and maintains a comprehensive understanding of intellectual property, products and businesses, its goals and challenges, and identifies and successfully executes appropriate IP strategies to achieve those goals and minimize those challenges. Aligns IP strategies with business and strategic plans, including regularly attending and providing IP legal advice at patent review committees to confirm alignment with evolving IP, business, and strategic plans. Manages outside counsel and prepares and prosecutes patent applications with a focus on quality, output, and cost across various countries related to cancer diagnostic technologies, including digital pathology, medical imaging, and artificial intelligence software. Drafts and negotiates IP-related agreements (e.g., licensing agreements, master service agreements, SDKs, EULAs, collaboration agreements, tech transfer agreements, NDAs, etc.). Assists with mergers and acquisitions including due diligence, deal agreements, and integration. Willing to work on the smallest and simplest, as well as the most complex, IP matters. Researches and develops understandable and usable presentations on relevant IP landscapes.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor and Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Biomedical Engineering (or related field equivalent). Registered to practice before the USPTO. Active Bar Admission in good standing in at least one US jurisdiction. Should have 5-8 years post-bar admission in a law firm and/or in-house experience for a medical technology company with hands-on experience drafting, prosecuting, and managing the US and international patent applications directed to digital pathology, medical imaging, and cancer diagnostics including artificial intelligence software. Experience drafting and negotiating IP-related agreements (e.g., licensing agreements, master service agreements, collaboration agreements, tech transfer agreements, NDAs). Experience counseling clients on patentability, patent infringement, patent validity matters, freedom to operate, landscape searches, invention mining, portfolio development & management, trademark, trade secret, and copyright matters. Demonstrated success in being easy to work with and giving practical, timely, proactive, pragmatic, cost-effective, and straightforward legal advice to clients. Has a growth mindset, works well in a team environment, and is willing to try new or different approaches to problem solving, development, and IP management. Experience with M&A and related due diligence is preferred. Understanding of FDA regulations for medical devices is preferred. In-house experience with a medical technology company is preferred. Experience supporting IP litigation is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# SLJC167644
 
Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate serves as trusted legal counsel on all IP issues and as the primary IP Legal resource for the BUs R&D and sales teams (with a particular focus on invention mining, IP portfolio development and management, product development lifecycle, training teams on IP matters & best practices, patentability, patent preparation and prosecution, freedom to operate, landscape searches, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights), locally and globally, by providing solid, timely, proactive, and practical IP legal advice. Builds and maintains a comprehensive understanding of intellectual property, products and businesses, its goals and challenges, and identifies and successfully executes appropriate IP strategies to achieve those goals and minimize those challenges. Aligns IP strategies with business and strategic plans, including regularly attending and providing IP legal advice at patent review committees to confirm alignment with evolving IP, business, and strategic plans. Manages outside counsel and prepares and prosecutes patent applications with a focus on quality, output, and cost across various countries related to cancer diagnostic technologies, including digital pathology, medical imaging, and artificial intelligence software. Drafts and negotiates IP-related agreements (e.g., licensing agreements, master service agreements, SDKs, EULAs, collaboration agreements, tech transfer agreements, NDAs, etc.). Assists with mergers and acquisitions including due diligence, deal agreements, and integration. Willing to work on the smallest and simplest, as well as the most complex, IP matters. Researches and develops understandable and usable presentations on relevant IP landscapes.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor and Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Biomedical Engineering (or related field equivalent). Registered to practice before the USPTO. Active Bar Admission in good standing in at least one US jurisdiction. Should have 5-8 years post-bar admission in a law firm and/or in-house experience for a medical technology company with hands-on experience drafting, prosecuting, and managing the US and international patent applications directed to digital pathology, medical imaging, and cancer diagnostics including artificial intelligence software. Experience drafting and negotiating IP-related agreements (e.g., licensing agreements, master service agreements, collaboration agreements, tech transfer agreements, NDAs). Experience counseling clients on patentability, patent infringement, patent validity matters, freedom to operate, landscape searches, invention mining, portfolio development & management, trademark, trade secret, and copyright matters. Demonstrated success in being easy to work with and giving practical, timely, proactive, pragmatic, cost-effective, and straightforward legal advice to clients. Has a growth mindset, works well in a team environment, and is willing to try new or different approaches to problem solving, development, and IP management. Experience with M&A and related due diligence is preferred. Understanding of FDA regulations for medical devices is preferred. In-house experience with a medical technology company is preferred. Experience supporting IP litigation is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# ZJZW167581
 
Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Research and determine the company's remake/sequel and ancillary rights and associated restrictions and obligations in its currently owned properties: Research and locate all relevant agreements. Review, analyze, and prepare summaries of relevant agreements, including literary rights acquisition, co-production, finance, distribution, network license, digital rights, and talent agreements. Apply all relevant copyright and collective bargaining (e.g., Writer's Guild of America) principles to the analysis. Draft memos and emails to clients. Enter information, as needed, into relevant company databases. Responsible for analyses and advice regarding a broad range of other rights, including distribution rights, the right to collect copyright royalties, and chain of title issues.

Qualifications: Law Degree (e.g., JD). Member in Good Standing of the California Bar (including as registered in-house counsel). Experience with entertainment industry contracts is strongly preferred, including experience evaluating the chain of title, underlying rights, distribution rights, and talent rights and restrictions. A basic understanding of copyright rights is strongly preferred (through course work and/or experience). Ability to analyze, interpret and summarize complex contract language and communicate complex issues to business, legal, and creative executives in a succinct and clear manner. Excellent analytical and issue-spotting skills. Outstanding written and oral communication skills. Demonstrated ability to pay attention to detail. Excellent judgment and common sense. Strong organizational skills, ability to manage project flow and work processes, and attendant follow-up and follow-through. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work cohesively in a collaborative environment. Ability to work independently, prioritize work, and meet deadlines. Ability to be flexible and work well in a fast-paced environment where priorities are subject to revision based on business needs. Skill in the use of various databases for research, data entry and data management.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Ip/intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# ZOPO167558
 
IP/Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate will identify patentable inventions, drafting patent applications, work together with outside counsel on patent filing, prosecution and patent portfolio matters and collaborate with R&D on inventions and freedom to operate. Will conduct patent and prior art search, competitive landscape analysis, patentability and freedom to operate analysis. Draft IP provisions of contract templates, as well as review and negotiate IP clauses in relevant contracts. Support business development and research collaborations, including due diligence assessments, on contract drafting and negotiation, and alliance management of existing collaborations. Monitor patent trends and case law developments in major markets, and adjust IP strategies accordingly; and advocate positions important to in matters concerning IP government and regulatory policy. Review draft publications and presentations. Provide litigation support, including validity and non-infringement analysis. Manage trademark matters.

The candidate should have 5 years of relevant experience in pharmaceutical patent practice. Must have an Advanced degree in molecular biology, immunology, or other biological sciences required. Juris Doctor from an accredited U.S. law school is required. Must be Admitted to USPTO and at least one State Bar. A deep understanding of global pharmaceutical patent laws, regulatory data protection laws, regulations, and best practices, in the U.S., China, and Europe is needed. Experience in the pharmaceutical industry and a strong understanding of pharmaceutical R&D drug development and commercialization are required. Must have excellent drafting, negotiation, and communication skills, with the ability and confidence to represent *** in the area of patent law. Prior experience managing projects is strongly preferred. In-depth knowledge and experience in counseling drug discovery and development and commercial launch are needed. Must have a proven track record of patent portfolio development. Should have experience and skill at drafting patent applications and responses to patent office actions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Intellectual Property (ip) Attorney
Refer job# YEKW167460
 
Intellectual Property (IP) Attorney Duties: Prepare and prosecute patent applications for the Company, focusing on the pre-clinical and clinical method of use inventions (e.g., dosing, combination therapy, patient population, biomarkers). Identify patentable inventions through frequent interactions with project teams at all stages of R&D and identify inventorship. Provide advice to the Company concerning the patentability of its inventions and the advisability of filing patent applications covering those inventions. Manage outside IP counsel to achieve positive, practical outcomes for the Company's IP portfolio and obtain advice regarding related risks and opportunities, as needed. Manage and coordinate patent filings with licensors and collaborators. Prepare legal opinions and analyses of patents for freedom-to-operate. Conduct IP diligence and provide other IP support for business development opportunities. Conduct searches for competitive IP and, together with project teams and the corporate development team, help monitor, evaluate and collate the competitive IP landscape. Enhance the IP department's organizational infrastructure (e.g., docketing, filing). Facilitate scientific relationships with world-class academic and pharma collaborators through reviewing, drafting, negotiating, interpreting, and coordinating material transfer agreements and sponsored research agreements, with assistance from RevMed transactional law teammates. Advice on IP aspects of various agreements, including confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, clinical collaboration agreements, and master service agreements. Review and advise on proposed Company scientific publications and corporate filings. Educate and advise the Company on intellectual property issues and best practices. Communicate with internal stakeholders to understand business needs and ensure IP protection aligns with those needs. Identify IP risks and communicate those risks to internal stakeholders for discussion and resolution.

Qualifications: J.D. degree from ABA-accredited law school and a member in good standing of the California Bar, or eligible for in-house registration in California. Admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Ph.D. in Chemical Biology, Biology, Cancer Immunology, Pharmacology, or related biological science; or a Ph.D. in Chemistry with strong Biology experience. Law firm and/or in-house patent training. Should have 5 years of patent preparation and prosecution experience, including proven ability to translate pre-clinical and clinical biological and pharmacological findings into valuable patent applications. Experience negotiating and drafting agreements including consulting agreements, CDAs, MSAs, MTAs, SRAs, and license agreements is preferred. Possess excellent judgment, negotiation, and communication (verbal and written) skills; able to simplify the complex and adapt to audiences with varying levels of legal fluency. The ability to multi-task, prioritize options, anticipate challenges and execute on goals as a member of an interdisciplinary team is extremely important.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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Birmingham office of a **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a mid- to senior level corporate associate attorney with 3+ years of experience in M&A, general corporate, tax, securit...


Location: USA-AL-Birmingham

Birmingham office of a **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Top Ranked Law Firm seeks financial services associate attorney with 2-4 years of commercial real estate experience. The candidate should prefera...


Location: USA-AL-Birmingham

Birmingham office of our client seeks a litigation attorney with 2-5 years worth of experience in Family and Domestic Relations Law. The candidate will attend court hearings or other legal proceedings...


 

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