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Senior Director, Intellectual Property Attorney

Seattle WA Senior Director, Intellectual Property Attorney Duties: Designing and delivering global IP portfolios from invention capture to patent issuance for platform technologies and products. Managing and prosecuting active global dockets. Managing the use of outside legal counsel globally. Deploying in-depth patent and scientific expertise to provide education, guidance, and advice on patent law issues to scientists conducting research and other business stakeholders. Obtaining due diligence assessments, freedom-to-operate, infringement and validity analyses, and developing risk evaluation and mitigation strategies. Identifying and exploiting new strategic opportunities and approaches leveraging a deep understanding of patent law and a knowledge of the competitive landscape. Participating in cross-functional projects and initiatives where strategies, processes and SOPs are developed and deployed to ensure highest quality practices and execution for all aspects of IP portfolios in a high performing, agile team setting. Qualifications: A Ph.D. is highly desired. Must have 10+ years of experience in biopharma or biotechnology intellectual property portfolio creation, strategy, and counseling, preferably including 3+ years of experience in a biopharmaceutical, or biotechnology corporation. A United States law degree (JD) with a current good standing admission to at least one US State Bar. Admission to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Demonstrated experience and record of success in building and leveraging global IP portfolios at all stages of prosecution and enforcement. Designed and executed complex freedom to operate analyses across different technologies and different jurisdictions, including developing and communicating actionable risk mitigation strategies. Experience in IP transactions and due diligence. An advanced degree in biological sciences such as biochemistry, molecular biology, or another area relevant to a biopharmaceutical IP practice. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-14

Intellectual Property Counsel, Protein And Cell Analysis

Carlsbad CA Intellectual Property Counsel, Protein and Cell Analysis Responsibilities: Working directly with R&D teams and educating them on patentable inventions. Interacting with and providing legal and strategic guidance to senior business and R&D management, and other functional organizational leadership. Developing a strategic framework for capturing and protecting sophisticated innovation. Supporting the company IP team in IP Group-wide initiatives and in developing and encouraging a more flexible company-wide IP support model. Conducting a proactive in-depth analysis of competitor and industry IP portfolios. Leading and improving processes for tracking innovations and competitor IP activity. Navigating freedom-to-operate issues. Conducting employee training sessions on the protection of innovations through the patent process and/or trade secrets, maintaining confidential business information, and the overall development of intellectual property assets. Resolving and/or supporting resolution of business unit level disputes. Supporting in-licensing and out-licensing transaction efforts and providing strategic guidance for IP-related transactions. Providing support to our internal litigation team on any IP litigations relating to BID's protein and cell analysis business.

Qualifications: M.S./Ph.D. in Chemical, Biomedical, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering or a related field, desired. B.S. in Biomedical, Chemical, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or a related field, with experience in the life sciences. Admission to a state Bar and registration to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. 8+years of experience in intellectual property or the relevant technology, including 4+ years of experience preparing and optimally prosecuting U.S. patent applications related to instrumentation and software inventions. Experience with technologies for protein and cellular analysis. Experience with artificial intelligence is a plus. Experience at premier patent law firm or AmLaw 200 firm. Experience with international patent protection regimes. People management experience.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-14

Intellectual Property Counsel For Diagnostics

San Francisco CA Intellectual Property Counsel for Diagnostics Duties: Be an integral part of the laboratory diagnostics business and drive decisions concerning IP issues together with the business leadership, R&D organization, business development, strategy, and legal department. Develop and drive the implementation of an IP strategy for the business line, including the preparation, filing, and prosecution of patents, trademarks, or copyright applications internally and via outside counsel. Ensure freedom to operate by the implementation of appropriate defensive IP measures and by providing expert legal advice in connection with product IP clearances and patent investigations Actively support IP litigations and M&A transactions (and associated due diligence activities) for the business line as necessary.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor from an Accredited Institution. Admission to practice in a U.S. state and before the USPTO. Undergraduate or Graduate Degree in molecular biology, biology, or biochemistry from an accredited institution. 6+ years as a practicing attorney specializing in intellectual property, including IP-related contract work, with 2+ years in an in-house legal department. Experience and/or background in vitro diagnostics technology is preferred. Excellent interpersonal communication skills. Ability to interact effectively. Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, small-team environment with a willingness to expand skillsets. Ability to successfully complete projects and assignments and provide support to R&D and business leadership, in a global environment. Outstanding organizational skills. Ability to manage multiple competing demands. Creative problem solver.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-13

Intellectual Property Counsel For Diagnostics

San Jose CA Intellectual Property Counsel for Diagnostics Duties: Be an integral part of the laboratory diagnostics business and drive decisions concerning IP issues together with the business leadership, R&D organization, business development, strategy, and legal department. Develop and drive the implementation of an IP strategy for the business line, including the preparation, filing, and prosecution of patents, trademarks, or copyright applications internally and via outside counsel. Ensure freedom to operate by the implementation of appropriate defensive IP measures and by providing expert legal advice in connection with product IP clearances and patent investigations Actively support IP litigations and M&A transactions (and associated due diligence activities) for the business line as necessary.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor from an Accredited Institution. Admission to practice in a U.S. state and before the USPTO. Undergraduate or Graduate Degree in molecular biology, biology, or biochemistry from an accredited institution. 6+ years as a practicing attorney specializing in intellectual property, including IP-related contract work, with 2+ years in an in-house legal department. Experience and/or background in vitro diagnostics technology is preferred. Excellent interpersonal communication skills. Ability to interact effectively. Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, small-team environment with a willingness to expand skillsets. Ability to successfully complete projects and assignments and provide support to R&D and business leadership, in a global environment. Outstanding organizational skills. Ability to manage multiple competing demands. Creative problem solver.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-13

Associate Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

New York City NY Associate Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Serve as the Proteovant's intellectual property point person. Educate the team on policies and procedures related to intellectual property creation and protection, update corporate policies and practices and ensure they are in-line with best practices. Manage the use of external legal counsel globally. Manage day-to-day email communications from external legal counsel. Run all patent and trademark committee meetings. Maintain patent and trademark prosecution docket. Coordinate patent freedom-to-operate assessments. Coordinate and manage all new intellectual property filings including advising team on timing and content for filings. Manage patent invention disclosure reporting. Manage all internal communication and coordination with external legal counsel. Provide input on strategies for US and foreign patent portfolios to strengthen and extend the company's intellectual property position. and track competitive patent filings, work with strategy team to incorporate learning in the broader competitive landscape. Work with business development colleagues as related to any partnership/deal related intellectual property matters. Review IP related aspects on term sheets and draft agreements. Generate due diligence memorandums for potential acquisitions.

Qualifications: A Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an ABA accredited law school, admission to practice law in a U.S. jurisdiction (New York state preferred) with the ability to qualify for additional in-house licenses as needed. Strong academic credentials, graduate level degree in a relevant scientific background preferred. Must have 3+ years of experience (post bar exam) practicing biopharmaceutical intellectual property. Experience in both US & international PCT applications. In-house at a biopharmaceutical company OR at a top law firm, preferably representing a large biopharmaceutical client. Experience with IP management and IP renewal platforms. Experience in patent preparation, U.S. and foreign prosecution, IP due diligence, and strategic counseling. Experience reviewing and interpreting material transfer agreements, collaboration agreements, and license agreements. Enthusiasm for collaborating closely with R&D members in a high-science environment and contribute to seamless integration of BD, R&D and all key functions. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including excellent presentation, facilitation and listening skills. Detail-oriented, self-initiating, organized, and capable of managing multiple projects simultaneously and independently. Demonstrate ability to prioritize work in complex and time-sensitive situations. Ability to execute tactically as well as work strategically with our executive leadership team. Demonstrate ability to operate successfully within a dynamic team culture and changing environment.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-13

Associate Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

Philadelphia PA Associate Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Serve as the Proteovant's intellectual property point person. Educate the team on policies and procedures related to intellectual property creation and protection, update corporate policies and practices and ensure they are in-line with best practices. Manage the use of external legal counsel globally. Manage day-to-day email communications from external legal counsel. Run all patent and trademark committee meetings. Maintain patent and trademark prosecution docket. Coordinate patent freedom-to-operate assessments. Coordinate and manage all new intellectual property filings including advising team on timing and content for filings. Manage patent invention disclosure reporting. Manage all internal communication and coordination with external legal counsel. Provide input on strategies for US and foreign patent portfolios to strengthen and extend the company's intellectual property position. and track competitive patent filings, work with strategy team to incorporate learning in the broader competitive landscape. Work with business development colleagues as related to any partnership/deal related intellectual property matters. Review IP related aspects on term sheets and draft agreements. Generate due diligence memorandums for potential acquisitions.

Qualifications: A Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an ABA accredited law school, admission to practice law in a U.S. jurisdiction (New York state preferred) with the ability to qualify for additional in-house licenses as needed. Strong academic credentials, graduate level degree in a relevant scientific background preferred. Must have 3+ years of experience (post bar exam) practicing biopharmaceutical intellectual property. Experience in both US & international PCT applications. In-house at a biopharmaceutical company OR at a top law firm, preferably representing a large biopharmaceutical client. Experience with IP management and IP renewal platforms. Experience in patent preparation, U.S. and foreign prosecution, IP due diligence, and strategic counseling. Experience reviewing and interpreting material transfer agreements, collaboration agreements, and license agreements. Enthusiasm for collaborating closely with R&D members in a high-science environment and contribute to seamless integration of BD, R&D and all key functions. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including excellent presentation, facilitation and listening skills. Detail-oriented, self-initiating, organized, and capable of managing multiple projects simultaneously and independently. Demonstrate ability to prioritize work in complex and time-sensitive situations. Ability to execute tactically as well as work strategically with our executive leadership team. Demonstrate ability to operate successfully within a dynamic team culture and changing environment.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-13

Intellectual Property Attorney

Columbus OH Intellectual Property Attorney The candidate will be preparing patent applications for a variety of the company's products while working closely with inventors. Conducting patentability, freedom-to-operate, and landscape searches. Advising the company in the development and implementation of intellectual property protection strategies to support the needs of individual business units. Overseeing and participating in the prosecution of U.S. and foreign patent applications. Advising the company on the freedom to operate in view of 3rd-party IP rights. Conducting competitive IP due diligence. Effectively managing outside counsel to achieve positive outcomes. Drafting and negotiating technical agreements, including licenses, joint development agreements, technology agreements, and non-disclosure agreements. Collaborating closely with other legal department colleagues and functional support groups to provide legal advice and counsel.

The candidate should have a BS (Electrical engineering degree preferred). A JD degree (preferred but strong patent agent candidates will be considered). Should have 1-3 years of prior art searching, and patent preparation and prosecution experience in a law firm and/or corporate setting. USPTO registration or eligibility, therefore. Proven analytical skills and understanding of engineering, power systems, signal processing, and computer science principles. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent project management skills. Excellent organizational, analytical, and interpersonal skills. Detail-oriented and able to work independently and multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Familiar with the procedures set forth in the MPEP (Manual of Patent Examining Procedures) regarding the prosecution of patents. Proficiency in reviewing and analyzing patents with the ability to summarize the scope of the patents and communicate such scope (both orally and in written form) to a variety of stakeholders.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2022-01-12

Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property

La Jolla CA Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property The candidate will be involved in: (a) harvesting, protecting and commercializing intellectual property arising from the company's R&D programs; (b) assessing, and negotiating agreements to acquire or license, third party technology; (c) negotiating intellectual property provisions in connection with customer agreements and other commercial agreements; (d) managing a patent portfolio, together with outside counsel; and (d) implementing internal process, procedures and training centered on intellectual property identification and protection. Work with scientific team and technical leads of Resilience's business units to identify, evaluate and protect intellectual property arising from various R&D programs. Draft, review and negotiate intellectual property provisions of manufacturing, process development, purchase, supply, license, and master service agreements. Negotiate and support other technology transactions, such as commercial in-licenses, non-disclosure agreements, material transfer agreements, testing agreements and the like. Coordinate the preparation and prosecution of patent applications as well as the commissioning of IP landscape, patentability, freedom to operate, and other IP reports. Review outside counsel work to ensure the work, methodology, strategy and costs meet the company's expectations. Support the integration of new manufacturing facilities into the Resilience network, including due diligence, implementation of standard policies and procedures, and updating of form agreements. Develop strong understanding of the various proprietary service and technology offerings made available (or under development) by Resilience. Provide additional legal support on other matters and assume other responsibilities, as assigned, including to general corporate matters and intellectual property matters. Should have Juris Doctor and Bar admission with 5 years of relevant experience in Life Sciences industry, preferably with experience in biomanufacturing. Top law school, large law firm and prior in-house experience preferred. USPTO registration in good standing is required. must have experience advising on, drafting and negotiating intellectual property provisions of various agreements, including licensing, collaboration, and/or other corporate or commercial transactions, with a strong preference for biotechnology industry or pharmaceutical industry transactions experience. Should have experience coordinating IP workflow, including the identification and protection of IP and the commissioning of IP landscape, patentability, freedom to operate, and other opinions. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Assistant General Counsel, Intellectual Property

Philadelphia PA Assistant General Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Identify and evaluate KPMG's intellectual assets to determine the most suitable way to safeguard them - i.e. statutory protections patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, contractual restrictions or operational protections. Develop and implement (with the aid of other specialists) applicable IP protections - e.g. prosecuting patents and creating trade secret protection plans. Manage the Firm's IP portfolio. Consult with senior leaders and inventors within the firm to provide advice and guidance as to numerous IP related topics such as misappropriation, infringement, monetization, reputational enhancement and divestiture. Draft and assist in implementing, policies, processes and guidance to ensure that KPMG does not misappropriate third parties IP. Work with the litigation group to evaluate potential claims and enforce KPMG's IP rights and counseling on the legal issues associated with the implementation of negotiated contractual term.

Qualifications: Minimum six years of recent experience counseling clients on intellectual property issues at a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. J.D. or LL.M for an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in New York, Washington DC, Virginia or Pennsylvania. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines with consistently high-quality work product in a fast-paced environment. Client-service orientation with the ability to create effective working relationships cross-functionally, including interfacing with internal and external stakeholders on legal.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-07

Assistant General Counsel, Intellectual Property

McLean VA Assistant General Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Identify and evaluate KPMG's intellectual assets to determine the most suitable way to safeguard them - i.e. statutory protections patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, contractual restrictions or operational protections. Develop and implement (with the aid of other specialists) applicable IP protections - e.g. prosecuting patents and creating trade secret protection plans. Manage the Firm's IP portfolio. Consult with senior leaders and inventors within the firm to provide advice and guidance as to numerous IP related topics such as misappropriation, infringement, monetization, reputational enhancement and divestiture. Draft and assist in implementing, policies, processes and guidance to ensure that KPMG does not misappropriate third parties IP. Work with the litigation group to evaluate potential claims and enforce KPMG's IP rights and counseling on the legal issues associated with the implementation of negotiated contractual term.

Qualifications: Minimum six years of recent experience counseling clients on intellectual property issues at a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. J.D. or LL.M for an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in New York, Washington DC, Virginia or Pennsylvania. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines with consistently high-quality work product in a fast-paced environment. Client-service orientation with the ability to create effective working relationships cross-functionally, including interfacing with internal and external stakeholders on legal.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-07
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Senior Director, Intellectual Property Attorney
Refer job# MLXP165021
 
Senior Director, Intellectual Property Attorney Duties: Designing and delivering global IP portfolios from invention capture to patent issuance for platform technologies and products. Managing and prosecuting active global dockets. Managing the use of outside legal counsel globally. Deploying in-depth patent and scientific expertise to provide education, guidance, and advice on patent law issues to scientists conducting research and other business stakeholders. Obtaining due diligence assessments, freedom-to-operate, infringement and validity analyses, and developing risk evaluation and mitigation strategies. Identifying and exploiting new strategic opportunities and approaches leveraging a deep understanding of patent law and a knowledge of the competitive landscape. Participating in cross-functional projects and initiatives where strategies, processes and SOPs are developed and deployed to ensure highest quality practices and execution for all aspects of IP portfolios in a high performing, agile team setting. Qualifications: A Ph.D. is highly desired. Must have 10+ years of experience in biopharma or biotechnology intellectual property portfolio creation, strategy, and counseling, preferably including 3+ years of experience in a biopharmaceutical, or biotechnology corporation. A United States law degree (JD) with a current good standing admission to at least one US State Bar. Admission to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Demonstrated experience and record of success in building and leveraging global IP portfolios at all stages of prosecution and enforcement. Designed and executed complex freedom to operate analyses across different technologies and different jurisdictions, including developing and communicating actionable risk mitigation strategies. Experience in IP transactions and due diligence. An advanced degree in biological sciences such as biochemistry, molecular biology, or another area relevant to a biopharmaceutical IP practice.
 
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Intellectual Property Counsel, Protein And Cell Analysis
Refer job# FSKB165030
 
Intellectual Property Counsel, Protein and Cell Analysis Responsibilities: Working directly with R&D teams and educating them on patentable inventions. Interacting with and providing legal and strategic guidance to senior business and R&D management, and other functional organizational leadership. Developing a strategic framework for capturing and protecting sophisticated innovation. Supporting the company IP team in IP Group-wide initiatives and in developing and encouraging a more flexible company-wide IP support model. Conducting a proactive in-depth analysis of competitor and industry IP portfolios. Leading and improving processes for tracking innovations and competitor IP activity. Navigating freedom-to-operate issues. Conducting employee training sessions on the protection of innovations through the patent process and/or trade secrets, maintaining confidential business information, and the overall development of intellectual property assets. Resolving and/or supporting resolution of business unit level disputes. Supporting in-licensing and out-licensing transaction efforts and providing strategic guidance for IP-related transactions. Providing support to our internal litigation team on any IP litigations relating to BID's protein and cell analysis business.

Qualifications: M.S./Ph.D. in Chemical, Biomedical, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering or a related field, desired. B.S. in Biomedical, Chemical, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or a related field, with experience in the life sciences. Admission to a state Bar and registration to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. 8+years of experience in intellectual property or the relevant technology, including 4+ years of experience preparing and optimally prosecuting U.S. patent applications related to instrumentation and software inventions. Experience with technologies for protein and cellular analysis. Experience with artificial intelligence is a plus. Experience at premier patent law firm or AmLaw 200 firm. Experience with international patent protection regimes. People management experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Intellectual Property Counsel For Diagnostics
Refer job# LAPN165002
 
Intellectual Property Counsel for Diagnostics Duties: Be an integral part of the laboratory diagnostics business and drive decisions concerning IP issues together with the business leadership, R&D organization, business development, strategy, and legal department. Develop and drive the implementation of an IP strategy for the business line, including the preparation, filing, and prosecution of patents, trademarks, or copyright applications internally and via outside counsel. Ensure freedom to operate by the implementation of appropriate defensive IP measures and by providing expert legal advice in connection with product IP clearances and patent investigations Actively support IP litigations and M&A transactions (and associated due diligence activities) for the business line as necessary.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor from an Accredited Institution. Admission to practice in a U.S. state and before the USPTO. Undergraduate or Graduate Degree in molecular biology, biology, or biochemistry from an accredited institution. 6+ years as a practicing attorney specializing in intellectual property, including IP-related contract work, with 2+ years in an in-house legal department. Experience and/or background in vitro diagnostics technology is preferred. Excellent interpersonal communication skills. Ability to interact effectively. Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, small-team environment with a willingness to expand skillsets. Ability to successfully complete projects and assignments and provide support to R&D and business leadership, in a global environment. Outstanding organizational skills. Ability to manage multiple competing demands. Creative problem solver.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Intellectual Property Counsel For Diagnostics
Refer job# YRPQ165003
 
Intellectual Property Counsel for Diagnostics Duties: Be an integral part of the laboratory diagnostics business and drive decisions concerning IP issues together with the business leadership, R&D organization, business development, strategy, and legal department. Develop and drive the implementation of an IP strategy for the business line, including the preparation, filing, and prosecution of patents, trademarks, or copyright applications internally and via outside counsel. Ensure freedom to operate by the implementation of appropriate defensive IP measures and by providing expert legal advice in connection with product IP clearances and patent investigations Actively support IP litigations and M&A transactions (and associated due diligence activities) for the business line as necessary.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor from an Accredited Institution. Admission to practice in a U.S. state and before the USPTO. Undergraduate or Graduate Degree in molecular biology, biology, or biochemistry from an accredited institution. 6+ years as a practicing attorney specializing in intellectual property, including IP-related contract work, with 2+ years in an in-house legal department. Experience and/or background in vitro diagnostics technology is preferred. Excellent interpersonal communication skills. Ability to interact effectively. Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, small-team environment with a willingness to expand skillsets. Ability to successfully complete projects and assignments and provide support to R&D and business leadership, in a global environment. Outstanding organizational skills. Ability to manage multiple competing demands. Creative problem solver.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# VWTC165015
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Serve as the Proteovant's intellectual property point person. Educate the team on policies and procedures related to intellectual property creation and protection, update corporate policies and practices and ensure they are in-line with best practices. Manage the use of external legal counsel globally. Manage day-to-day email communications from external legal counsel. Run all patent and trademark committee meetings. Maintain patent and trademark prosecution docket. Coordinate patent freedom-to-operate assessments. Coordinate and manage all new intellectual property filings including advising team on timing and content for filings. Manage patent invention disclosure reporting. Manage all internal communication and coordination with external legal counsel. Provide input on strategies for US and foreign patent portfolios to strengthen and extend the company's intellectual property position. and track competitive patent filings, work with strategy team to incorporate learning in the broader competitive landscape. Work with business development colleagues as related to any partnership/deal related intellectual property matters. Review IP related aspects on term sheets and draft agreements. Generate due diligence memorandums for potential acquisitions.

Qualifications: A Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an ABA accredited law school, admission to practice law in a U.S. jurisdiction (New York state preferred) with the ability to qualify for additional in-house licenses as needed. Strong academic credentials, graduate level degree in a relevant scientific background preferred. Must have 3+ years of experience (post bar exam) practicing biopharmaceutical intellectual property. Experience in both US & international PCT applications. In-house at a biopharmaceutical company OR at a top law firm, preferably representing a large biopharmaceutical client. Experience with IP management and IP renewal platforms. Experience in patent preparation, U.S. and foreign prosecution, IP due diligence, and strategic counseling. Experience reviewing and interpreting material transfer agreements, collaboration agreements, and license agreements. Enthusiasm for collaborating closely with R&D members in a high-science environment and contribute to seamless integration of BD, R&D and all key functions. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including excellent presentation, facilitation and listening skills. Detail-oriented, self-initiating, organized, and capable of managing multiple projects simultaneously and independently. Demonstrate ability to prioritize work in complex and time-sensitive situations. Ability to execute tactically as well as work strategically with our executive leadership team. Demonstrate ability to operate successfully within a dynamic team culture and changing environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# VKCS165016
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Serve as the Proteovant's intellectual property point person. Educate the team on policies and procedures related to intellectual property creation and protection, update corporate policies and practices and ensure they are in-line with best practices. Manage the use of external legal counsel globally. Manage day-to-day email communications from external legal counsel. Run all patent and trademark committee meetings. Maintain patent and trademark prosecution docket. Coordinate patent freedom-to-operate assessments. Coordinate and manage all new intellectual property filings including advising team on timing and content for filings. Manage patent invention disclosure reporting. Manage all internal communication and coordination with external legal counsel. Provide input on strategies for US and foreign patent portfolios to strengthen and extend the company's intellectual property position. and track competitive patent filings, work with strategy team to incorporate learning in the broader competitive landscape. Work with business development colleagues as related to any partnership/deal related intellectual property matters. Review IP related aspects on term sheets and draft agreements. Generate due diligence memorandums for potential acquisitions.

Qualifications: A Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an ABA accredited law school, admission to practice law in a U.S. jurisdiction (New York state preferred) with the ability to qualify for additional in-house licenses as needed. Strong academic credentials, graduate level degree in a relevant scientific background preferred. Must have 3+ years of experience (post bar exam) practicing biopharmaceutical intellectual property. Experience in both US & international PCT applications. In-house at a biopharmaceutical company OR at a top law firm, preferably representing a large biopharmaceutical client. Experience with IP management and IP renewal platforms. Experience in patent preparation, U.S. and foreign prosecution, IP due diligence, and strategic counseling. Experience reviewing and interpreting material transfer agreements, collaboration agreements, and license agreements. Enthusiasm for collaborating closely with R&D members in a high-science environment and contribute to seamless integration of BD, R&D and all key functions. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including excellent presentation, facilitation and listening skills. Detail-oriented, self-initiating, organized, and capable of managing multiple projects simultaneously and independently. Demonstrate ability to prioritize work in complex and time-sensitive situations. Ability to execute tactically as well as work strategically with our executive leadership team. Demonstrate ability to operate successfully within a dynamic team culture and changing environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Intellectual Property Attorney
Refer job# XCYA164941
 
Intellectual Property Attorney The candidate will be preparing patent applications for a variety of the company's products while working closely with inventors. Conducting patentability, freedom-to-operate, and landscape searches. Advising the company in the development and implementation of intellectual property protection strategies to support the needs of individual business units. Overseeing and participating in the prosecution of U.S. and foreign patent applications. Advising the company on the freedom to operate in view of 3rd-party IP rights. Conducting competitive IP due diligence. Effectively managing outside counsel to achieve positive outcomes. Drafting and negotiating technical agreements, including licenses, joint development agreements, technology agreements, and non-disclosure agreements. Collaborating closely with other legal department colleagues and functional support groups to provide legal advice and counsel.

The candidate should have a BS (Electrical engineering degree preferred). A JD degree (preferred but strong patent agent candidates will be considered). Should have 1-3 years of prior art searching, and patent preparation and prosecution experience in a law firm and/or corporate setting. USPTO registration or eligibility, therefore. Proven analytical skills and understanding of engineering, power systems, signal processing, and computer science principles. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent project management skills. Excellent organizational, analytical, and interpersonal skills. Detail-oriented and able to work independently and multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Familiar with the procedures set forth in the MPEP (Manual of Patent Examining Procedures) regarding the prosecution of patents. Proficiency in reviewing and analyzing patents with the ability to summarize the scope of the patents and communicate such scope (both orally and in written form) to a variety of stakeholders.
 
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Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property
Refer job# DYYU164986
 
Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property The candidate will be involved in: (a) harvesting, protecting and commercializing intellectual property arising from the company's R&D programs; (b) assessing, and negotiating agreements to acquire or license, third party technology; (c) negotiating intellectual property provisions in connection with customer agreements and other commercial agreements; (d) managing a patent portfolio, together with outside counsel; and (d) implementing internal process, procedures and training centered on intellectual property identification and protection. Work with scientific team and technical leads of Resilience's business units to identify, evaluate and protect intellectual property arising from various R&D programs. Draft, review and negotiate intellectual property provisions of manufacturing, process development, purchase, supply, license, and master service agreements. Negotiate and support other technology transactions, such as commercial in-licenses, non-disclosure agreements, material transfer agreements, testing agreements and the like. Coordinate the preparation and prosecution of patent applications as well as the commissioning of IP landscape, patentability, freedom to operate, and other IP reports. Review outside counsel work to ensure the work, methodology, strategy and costs meet the company's expectations. Support the integration of new manufacturing facilities into the Resilience network, including due diligence, implementation of standard policies and procedures, and updating of form agreements. Develop strong understanding of the various proprietary service and technology offerings made available (or under development) by Resilience. Provide additional legal support on other matters and assume other responsibilities, as assigned, including to general corporate matters and intellectual property matters. Should have Juris Doctor and Bar admission with 5 years of relevant experience in Life Sciences industry, preferably with experience in biomanufacturing. Top law school, large law firm and prior in-house experience preferred. USPTO registration in good standing is required. must have experience advising on, drafting and negotiating intellectual property provisions of various agreements, including licensing, collaboration, and/or other corporate or commercial transactions, with a strong preference for biotechnology industry or pharmaceutical industry transactions experience. Should have experience coordinating IP workflow, including the identification and protection of IP and the commissioning of IP landscape, patentability, freedom to operate, and other opinions.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Intellectual Property
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Assistant General Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Identify and evaluate KPMG's intellectual assets to determine the most suitable way to safeguard them - i.e. statutory protections patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, contractual restrictions or operational protections. Develop and implement (with the aid of other specialists) applicable IP protections - e.g. prosecuting patents and creating trade secret protection plans. Manage the Firm's IP portfolio. Consult with senior leaders and inventors within the firm to provide advice and guidance as to numerous IP related topics such as misappropriation, infringement, monetization, reputational enhancement and divestiture. Draft and assist in implementing, policies, processes and guidance to ensure that KPMG does not misappropriate third parties IP. Work with the litigation group to evaluate potential claims and enforce KPMG's IP rights and counseling on the legal issues associated with the implementation of negotiated contractual term.

Qualifications: Minimum six years of recent experience counseling clients on intellectual property issues at a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. J.D. or LL.M for an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in New York, Washington DC, Virginia or Pennsylvania. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines with consistently high-quality work product in a fast-paced environment. Client-service orientation with the ability to create effective working relationships cross-functionally, including interfacing with internal and external stakeholders on legal.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# SWAE164903
 
Assistant General Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Identify and evaluate KPMG's intellectual assets to determine the most suitable way to safeguard them - i.e. statutory protections patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, contractual restrictions or operational protections. Develop and implement (with the aid of other specialists) applicable IP protections - e.g. prosecuting patents and creating trade secret protection plans. Manage the Firm's IP portfolio. Consult with senior leaders and inventors within the firm to provide advice and guidance as to numerous IP related topics such as misappropriation, infringement, monetization, reputational enhancement and divestiture. Draft and assist in implementing, policies, processes and guidance to ensure that KPMG does not misappropriate third parties IP. Work with the litigation group to evaluate potential claims and enforce KPMG's IP rights and counseling on the legal issues associated with the implementation of negotiated contractual term.

Qualifications: Minimum six years of recent experience counseling clients on intellectual property issues at a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. J.D. or LL.M for an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in New York, Washington DC, Virginia or Pennsylvania. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines with consistently high-quality work product in a fast-paced environment. Client-service orientation with the ability to create effective working relationships cross-functionally, including interfacing with internal and external stakeholders on legal.
 
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