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Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property Litigation

Washington DC Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property Litigation The candidate will have direct involvement and shared responsibility in all aspects of U.S. and international patent disputes, in both judicial and administrative tribunals, from initial issue identification through resolution. Working in partnership with outside counsel and other in-house attorneys and staff, develop and drive case strategies as an active team member, including all infringement, validity, and enforceability positions. In addition, will have hands-on involvement in such things as witness interviews, discovery (production, support, and/or conduct of depositions, drafting of discovery responses), motion and brief drafting, trial preparation (including witness selection and preparation, selection of trial exhibits, drafting of jury instructions, etc.), and participation at trial and on appeal. In addition to litigating patent issues, will also be responsible for developing and counseling others on intellectual property strategies associated with the company's business and research endeavors.

The candidate must be a savvy and experienced intellectual property litigator with a J.D. degree OR LL.M. degree from an accredited law school, admission to practice law in a U.S. jurisdiction, and 4 years of experience practicing Intellectual Property law. A degree in the sciences and a working understanding of molecular biology, biochemistry, immunology, cellular biology, protein chemistry, or the like is preferred. Should preferably have 7 years of experience litigating U.S. patent disputes in federal and/or administrative courts, 4+ years of which involved biotechnology-related matters. USPTO registration is desired. Trial experience (bench or jury) is a plus. U.S. biosimilar litigation experience is a plus. Demonstrated management and leadership skills (including law firm or corporate experience having managed others) combined with a strong client service focus is required. Must have excellent analytic, legal drafting, and oral and written communication skills. Some exposure to foreign adversarial proceedings (patent or SPC enforcement proceedings, nullity actions, PMNOC proceedings, oppositions, biosimilar litigation, etc.) is preferred. The ability to work independently and in teams, work efficiently, prioritize workflow, meet demanding deadlines, and manage multi-dimensional projects is desired.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-25

Intellectual Property Attorney

Sunnyvale CA Intellectual Property Attorney The candidate will be collaborating closely with engineers and others in the company to protect the company s intellectual property. Leading invention identification meetings, reviewing invention disclosures for decisions on IP actions, and directing invention disclosure meetings. Managing a substantial invention and international patent portfolio in designated technology areas. Overseeing and instructing outside counsel and foreign associates, including substantive spot-drafting and reviews. Counseling the company on patent and trade secret matters. Advising the company on other IP matters, such as those related to copyrights, open-source software, trademarks, designs, etc. Supporting IP due diligence, transactional, licensing, and litigation activities as needed. Leading or supporting special projects as needed, such as: reviewing or revamping the company s inventor remuneration programs, developing or maintaining agreements, supporting IP infrastructure development or improvement, etc.

The candidate should have a J.D degree. Should be registered with the USPTO. Should be Member of the California Bar or eligible to be Registered In-House Counsel (RIHC). Should have 7+ years of experience in patent preparation and prosecution, including working with PCT and non-U.S. jurisdictions. Should have a strong engineering background (mechanical engineering or electrical engineering preferred, hands-on engineering experience preferred), be a self-starter with strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills, able to accurately prioritize and multi-task to complete projects smoothly and on time. Should have excellent organizational skills, time-management ability, attention to detail, and drive, excellent interpersonal skills who help to foster a collaborative culture and who thrives in a team environment.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-24

Avp - Associate Counsel - Intellectual Property Law

Columbus OH AVP - Associate Counsel - Intellectual Property Law Duties: Process invention disclosures, including determining an appropriate intellectual property protection strategy and working with outside counsel to draft and prosecute patent applications that thoroughly and accurately protect inventions. Assist with trademark clearance, registration, and prosecution. Perform legal research. Prepare legal guidance documents and training materials for internal clients. Structure, draft, and negotiate various technology, intellectual property, and other agreements, such as software licenses, maintenance agreements, equipment purchase/maintenance agreements, outsourcing agreements, and professional services agreements. Provide technology and intellectual property law advice and counsel to internal clients and partners. Review, interpret, and analyze agreements, advising clients and partners on rights and responsibilities related to those agreements, including in light of JPMorgan Chase policies and regulatory guidance.

Qualifications: J.D. or educational equivalent. All relevant licensing requirements. 1-4 years of relevant intellectual property experience in a law firm or corporate law department. In-house experience in the financial services industry or technology industry is preferred. Some experience in negotiating contracts preferred, including intellectual property licensing, software license, outsourcing, equipment purchase, application service provider, data processing, consulting, professional and other services.
Legal 1 - 4 Full-time 2021-09-23

Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

McLean VA Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Collaborating with and advising law department colleagues, business partners, and management on a wide range of complex IP issues. Applying expertise in government contract IP matters, commercial transactions, IP licensing, managing patent and trademark portfolios, and managing IP enforcement actions, including managing outside counsel. Leading development and implementation of IP strategy in priority areas. Develop an understanding of the Company and Sector's business and technology strategies, with deeper knowledge in key technology areas.

Basic Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree and Bachelor's Degree in a relevant scientific field. Active State Bar Membership and registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 7+ years IP experience in a law firm, government, or as in-house counsel. Experience in intellectual property-related transactions and negotiations, and/or protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trade secrets, data, software, trademarks, and copyrights. Active U.S. Security Clearance or ability to obtain one. Highly motivated individual with strong analytical skills, strategic thinking, judgment, sense of accountability, integrity, and a record of managing complex intellectual property matters. Ability to provide accurate, timely, and pragmatic advice. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment, with the ability to engage and motivate others through thought leadership. Strong time-management and organizational skills, responsiveness, and a demonstrated ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience with U.S. government contract intellectual property regulations (FAR and DFARS) and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

Falls Church VA Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Collaborating with and advising law department colleagues, business partners, and management on a wide range of complex IP issues. Applying expertise in government contract IP matters, commercial transactions, IP licensing, managing patent and trademark portfolios, and managing IP enforcement actions, including managing outside counsel. Leading development and implementation of IP strategy in priority areas. Develop an understanding of the Company and Sector's business and technology strategies, with deeper knowledge in key technology areas.

Basic Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree and Bachelor's Degree in a relevant scientific field. Active State Bar Membership and registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 7+ years IP experience in a law firm, government, or as in-house counsel. Experience in intellectual property-related transactions and negotiations, and/or protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trade secrets, data, software, trademarks, and copyrights. Active U.S. Security Clearance or ability to obtain one. Highly motivated individual with strong analytical skills, strategic thinking, judgment, sense of accountability, integrity, and a record of managing complex intellectual property matters. Ability to provide accurate, timely, and pragmatic advice. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment, with the ability to engage and motivate others through thought leadership. Strong time-management and organizational skills, responsiveness, and a demonstrated ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience with U.S. government contract intellectual property regulations (FAR and DFARS) and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

Linthicum MD Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Collaborating with and advising law department colleagues, business partners, and management on a wide range of complex IP issues. Applying expertise in government contract IP matters, commercial transactions, IP licensing, managing patent and trademark portfolios, and managing IP enforcement actions, including managing outside counsel. Leading development and implementation of IP strategy in priority areas. Develop an understanding of the Company and Sector's business and technology strategies, with deeper knowledge in key technology areas.

Basic Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree and Bachelor's Degree in a relevant scientific field. Active State Bar Membership and registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 7+ years IP experience in a law firm, government, or as in-house counsel. Experience in intellectual property-related transactions and negotiations, and/or protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trade secrets, data, software, trademarks, and copyrights. Active U.S. Security Clearance or ability to obtain one. Highly motivated individual with strong analytical skills, strategic thinking, judgment, sense of accountability, integrity, and a record of managing complex intellectual property matters. Ability to provide accurate, timely, and pragmatic advice. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment, with the ability to engage and motivate others through thought leadership. Strong time-management and organizational skills, responsiveness, and a demonstrated ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience with U.S. government contract intellectual property regulations (FAR and DFARS) and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Intellectual Property Counsel

Novi MI Intellectual Property Counsel Duties: Manage a docket of patent matters in one or more technology areas including preparing and prosecuting patent applications before the USPTO. Oversee a global network of outside counsel and provide guidance and instructions based on principles of patent prosecution, the technology/product and roadmaps, and corporate strategy, and global portfolio maintenance decisions. Support various members of the Legal team in M&A transactions with respect to IP due diligence. Collaborate across law department groups, business units and functions to improve patent operations and business processes. Draft, review and negotiate routine types of IP terms and clause for agreements, including non disclosure, development, collaboration and licensing agreements, with, clients, suppliers, and other law department groups. Directly interact with the business product teams and research technology teams to support new product and project development. Advise and counsel internal business units on various IP matters with a particular focus on global patent issues. Interact directly with engineering to harvest invention disclosures and provide IP training. Support internal clients by providing strategic patent advice on Harman's patent portfolio and managing risk with respect to third party portfolios. Participate in patent committee meetings. Assist in patent divestitures, acquisitions and licensing Work with a global team of patent professionals made up of attorneys, paralegals and patent engineers to define and refine processes used in global patent operations. Provide patent analysis for all contexts, including litigation, potential acquisition, and licensing. Assist in proactive, strategic management of patent litigation and patent assertions.

The candidate should have JD Degree and Bar admission (or equivalent in jurisdiction), and registered before the USPTO. Must have 3 years of patent prosecution experience with a strong background in global IP law. Drafted and prosecuted patent applications before the USPTO. Knowledge of utility, design, copyright and other IP areas needed. Excellent patent analysis abilities, including development of non-infringement/infringement, invalidity/validity and claim construction positions Excellent web-based and other investigation and research skills/experience are needed. Should have sound computer skills including IP maintenance database software (e.g. Anaqua), PPT and Excel. Ability to work independently and cross-functionally. Ability to prioritize and appropriately manage risk in a corporate legal environment. Desire and ability to work in a fast-paced and challenging environment. Flexibility and a positive attitude. Excellent work ethic. Work well in a team environment. Very good organizational skills and attention to detail, including the ability to prioritize and multi-task and keep everything going smoothly without dropping any balls. Excellent written and oral communication skills, including presentations to senior business, technical and legal personnel. Nice to Have: A background or strong familiarity with electrical engineering, physics, computer science, mechanical engineering, audio components and/or acoustics. Law firm, in-house or other comparable experience with large and complex IP portfolios. Experience drafting IP related contractual documents such as co-existence and settlement agreements. Knowledge of foreign patent practice and rules a plus.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

McLean VA Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Collaborating with and advising law department colleagues, business partners, and management on a wide range of complex IP issues. Applying expertise in government contract IP matters, commercial transactions, IP licensing, managing patent and trademark portfolios, and managing IP enforcement actions, including managing outside counsel. Leading development and implementation of IP strategy in priority areas. Develop an understanding of the Company and Sector's business and technology strategies, with deeper knowledge in key technology areas.

Basic Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree and Bachelor's Degree in a relevant scientific field. Active State Bar Membership and registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 7+ years IP experience in a law firm, government, or as in-house counsel. Experience in intellectual property-related transactions and negotiations, and/or protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trade secrets, data, software, trademarks, and copyrights. Active U.S. Security Clearance or ability to obtain one. Highly motivated individual with strong analytical skills, strategic thinking, judgment, sense of accountability, integrity, and a record of managing complex intellectual property matters. Ability to provide accurate, timely, and pragmatic advice. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment, with the ability to engage and motivate others through thought leadership. Strong time-management and organizational skills, responsiveness, and a demonstrated ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience with U.S. government contract intellectual property regulations (FAR and DFARS) and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

Falls Church VA Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Collaborating with and advising law department colleagues, business partners, and management on a wide range of complex IP issues. Applying expertise in government contract IP matters, commercial transactions, IP licensing, managing patent and trademark portfolios, and managing IP enforcement actions, including managing outside counsel. Leading development and implementation of IP strategy in priority areas. Develop an understanding of the Company and Sector's business and technology strategies, with deeper knowledge in key technology areas.

Basic Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree and Bachelor's Degree in a relevant scientific field. Active State Bar Membership and registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 7+ years IP experience in a law firm, government, or as in-house counsel. Experience in intellectual property-related transactions and negotiations, and/or protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trade secrets, data, software, trademarks, and copyrights. Active U.S. Security Clearance or ability to obtain one. Highly motivated individual with strong analytical skills, strategic thinking, judgment, sense of accountability, integrity, and a record of managing complex intellectual property matters. Ability to provide accurate, timely, and pragmatic advice. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment, with the ability to engage and motivate others through thought leadership. Strong time-management and organizational skills, responsiveness, and a demonstrated ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience with U.S. government contract intellectual property regulations (FAR and DFARS) and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Associate General Counsel, Commercial & Intellectual Property

Orangeburg NY Associate General Counsel, Commercial & Intellectual Property Duties: Counsel both senior management and the various operating groups within, responsible for management of the companies contract review, drafting and negotiation process. Will directly supervise a team of two attorneys, and work with and supervise outside counsel in the disposition of various matters as appropriate. Serve as the assistant to the companies general Counsel, by providing expert and strategic legal advice to management and other key stakeholders. Anticipate issues and estimate strategic risks; identify proactive solutions to minimize risks. Keep abreast of changing federal and state laws and regulations, and advise stakeholders of potential business impacts. Evaluate and weigh multiple inputs and impacts of decisions/courses of action. Oversee activities of staff of junior attorneys and provide meaningful career development guidance. Manage corporate contract function. Review, draft, and negotiate agreements that minimize risks and maximize the companies business position and advance strategic goals. Develop strategies for continuous improvement of corporate contracting process. Manage the companies intellectual property portfolio. Maintain and advance the companies intellectual property position, working with key stakeholders and outside counsel to identify and avoid third party infringement, protect company intellectual property, and grow patent and trademark holdings. Oversee and/or assist with various business development activities and strategic transactions. Participate in and/or manage other projects as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited U.S. law school, and licensed to practice law in the State of New York required. 10 years legal experience, including in house. Experience managing other attorneys preferred. Corporate generalist experience with strong contract drafting skills; exposure to intellectual property matters. Must be disposed to operate in a collaborative, responsive and proactive manner, gaining the confidence and trust of the business partners throughout the organization. Ability to gain the confidence of ownership, senior management team and other key stakeholders Excellent attention to detail with high level organizational and drafting skills. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to manage and work on multiple projects while adhering to deadlines. Highly flexible in adapting to changing priorities.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-13
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Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property Litigation
Refer job# MEAO162304
 
Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property Litigation The candidate will have direct involvement and shared responsibility in all aspects of U.S. and international patent disputes, in both judicial and administrative tribunals, from initial issue identification through resolution. Working in partnership with outside counsel and other in-house attorneys and staff, develop and drive case strategies as an active team member, including all infringement, validity, and enforceability positions. In addition, will have hands-on involvement in such things as witness interviews, discovery (production, support, and/or conduct of depositions, drafting of discovery responses), motion and brief drafting, trial preparation (including witness selection and preparation, selection of trial exhibits, drafting of jury instructions, etc.), and participation at trial and on appeal. In addition to litigating patent issues, will also be responsible for developing and counseling others on intellectual property strategies associated with the company's business and research endeavors.

The candidate must be a savvy and experienced intellectual property litigator with a J.D. degree OR LL.M. degree from an accredited law school, admission to practice law in a U.S. jurisdiction, and 4 years of experience practicing Intellectual Property law. A degree in the sciences and a working understanding of molecular biology, biochemistry, immunology, cellular biology, protein chemistry, or the like is preferred. Should preferably have 7 years of experience litigating U.S. patent disputes in federal and/or administrative courts, 4+ years of which involved biotechnology-related matters. USPTO registration is desired. Trial experience (bench or jury) is a plus. U.S. biosimilar litigation experience is a plus. Demonstrated management and leadership skills (including law firm or corporate experience having managed others) combined with a strong client service focus is required. Must have excellent analytic, legal drafting, and oral and written communication skills. Some exposure to foreign adversarial proceedings (patent or SPC enforcement proceedings, nullity actions, PMNOC proceedings, oppositions, biosimilar litigation, etc.) is preferred. The ability to work independently and in teams, work efficiently, prioritize workflow, meet demanding deadlines, and manage multi-dimensional projects is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Intellectual Property Attorney
Refer job# COKA162234
 
Intellectual Property Attorney The candidate will be collaborating closely with engineers and others in the company to protect the company s intellectual property. Leading invention identification meetings, reviewing invention disclosures for decisions on IP actions, and directing invention disclosure meetings. Managing a substantial invention and international patent portfolio in designated technology areas. Overseeing and instructing outside counsel and foreign associates, including substantive spot-drafting and reviews. Counseling the company on patent and trade secret matters. Advising the company on other IP matters, such as those related to copyrights, open-source software, trademarks, designs, etc. Supporting IP due diligence, transactional, licensing, and litigation activities as needed. Leading or supporting special projects as needed, such as: reviewing or revamping the company s inventor remuneration programs, developing or maintaining agreements, supporting IP infrastructure development or improvement, etc.

The candidate should have a J.D degree. Should be registered with the USPTO. Should be Member of the California Bar or eligible to be Registered In-House Counsel (RIHC). Should have 7+ years of experience in patent preparation and prosecution, including working with PCT and non-U.S. jurisdictions. Should have a strong engineering background (mechanical engineering or electrical engineering preferred, hands-on engineering experience preferred), be a self-starter with strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills, able to accurately prioritize and multi-task to complete projects smoothly and on time. Should have excellent organizational skills, time-management ability, attention to detail, and drive, excellent interpersonal skills who help to foster a collaborative culture and who thrives in a team environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Avp - Associate Counsel - Intellectual Property Law
Refer job# TTXZ162146
 
AVP - Associate Counsel - Intellectual Property Law Duties: Process invention disclosures, including determining an appropriate intellectual property protection strategy and working with outside counsel to draft and prosecute patent applications that thoroughly and accurately protect inventions. Assist with trademark clearance, registration, and prosecution. Perform legal research. Prepare legal guidance documents and training materials for internal clients. Structure, draft, and negotiate various technology, intellectual property, and other agreements, such as software licenses, maintenance agreements, equipment purchase/maintenance agreements, outsourcing agreements, and professional services agreements. Provide technology and intellectual property law advice and counsel to internal clients and partners. Review, interpret, and analyze agreements, advising clients and partners on rights and responsibilities related to those agreements, including in light of JPMorgan Chase policies and regulatory guidance.

Qualifications: J.D. or educational equivalent. All relevant licensing requirements. 1-4 years of relevant intellectual property experience in a law firm or corporate law department. In-house experience in the financial services industry or technology industry is preferred. Some experience in negotiating contracts preferred, including intellectual property licensing, software license, outsourcing, equipment purchase, application service provider, data processing, consulting, professional and other services.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# DAXT162157
 
Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Collaborating with and advising law department colleagues, business partners, and management on a wide range of complex IP issues. Applying expertise in government contract IP matters, commercial transactions, IP licensing, managing patent and trademark portfolios, and managing IP enforcement actions, including managing outside counsel. Leading development and implementation of IP strategy in priority areas. Develop an understanding of the Company and Sector's business and technology strategies, with deeper knowledge in key technology areas.

Basic Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree and Bachelor's Degree in a relevant scientific field. Active State Bar Membership and registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 7+ years IP experience in a law firm, government, or as in-house counsel. Experience in intellectual property-related transactions and negotiations, and/or protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trade secrets, data, software, trademarks, and copyrights. Active U.S. Security Clearance or ability to obtain one. Highly motivated individual with strong analytical skills, strategic thinking, judgment, sense of accountability, integrity, and a record of managing complex intellectual property matters. Ability to provide accurate, timely, and pragmatic advice. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment, with the ability to engage and motivate others through thought leadership. Strong time-management and organizational skills, responsiveness, and a demonstrated ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience with U.S. government contract intellectual property regulations (FAR and DFARS) and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# WHSE162158
 
Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Collaborating with and advising law department colleagues, business partners, and management on a wide range of complex IP issues. Applying expertise in government contract IP matters, commercial transactions, IP licensing, managing patent and trademark portfolios, and managing IP enforcement actions, including managing outside counsel. Leading development and implementation of IP strategy in priority areas. Develop an understanding of the Company and Sector's business and technology strategies, with deeper knowledge in key technology areas.

Basic Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree and Bachelor's Degree in a relevant scientific field. Active State Bar Membership and registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 7+ years IP experience in a law firm, government, or as in-house counsel. Experience in intellectual property-related transactions and negotiations, and/or protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trade secrets, data, software, trademarks, and copyrights. Active U.S. Security Clearance or ability to obtain one. Highly motivated individual with strong analytical skills, strategic thinking, judgment, sense of accountability, integrity, and a record of managing complex intellectual property matters. Ability to provide accurate, timely, and pragmatic advice. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment, with the ability to engage and motivate others through thought leadership. Strong time-management and organizational skills, responsiveness, and a demonstrated ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience with U.S. government contract intellectual property regulations (FAR and DFARS) and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# RBKB162159
 
Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Collaborating with and advising law department colleagues, business partners, and management on a wide range of complex IP issues. Applying expertise in government contract IP matters, commercial transactions, IP licensing, managing patent and trademark portfolios, and managing IP enforcement actions, including managing outside counsel. Leading development and implementation of IP strategy in priority areas. Develop an understanding of the Company and Sector's business and technology strategies, with deeper knowledge in key technology areas.

Basic Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree and Bachelor's Degree in a relevant scientific field. Active State Bar Membership and registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 7+ years IP experience in a law firm, government, or as in-house counsel. Experience in intellectual property-related transactions and negotiations, and/or protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trade secrets, data, software, trademarks, and copyrights. Active U.S. Security Clearance or ability to obtain one. Highly motivated individual with strong analytical skills, strategic thinking, judgment, sense of accountability, integrity, and a record of managing complex intellectual property matters. Ability to provide accurate, timely, and pragmatic advice. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment, with the ability to engage and motivate others through thought leadership. Strong time-management and organizational skills, responsiveness, and a demonstrated ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience with U.S. government contract intellectual property regulations (FAR and DFARS) and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# EJVS162178
 
Intellectual Property Counsel Duties: Manage a docket of patent matters in one or more technology areas including preparing and prosecuting patent applications before the USPTO. Oversee a global network of outside counsel and provide guidance and instructions based on principles of patent prosecution, the technology/product and roadmaps, and corporate strategy, and global portfolio maintenance decisions. Support various members of the Legal team in M&A transactions with respect to IP due diligence. Collaborate across law department groups, business units and functions to improve patent operations and business processes. Draft, review and negotiate routine types of IP terms and clause for agreements, including non disclosure, development, collaboration and licensing agreements, with, clients, suppliers, and other law department groups. Directly interact with the business product teams and research technology teams to support new product and project development. Advise and counsel internal business units on various IP matters with a particular focus on global patent issues. Interact directly with engineering to harvest invention disclosures and provide IP training. Support internal clients by providing strategic patent advice on Harman's patent portfolio and managing risk with respect to third party portfolios. Participate in patent committee meetings. Assist in patent divestitures, acquisitions and licensing Work with a global team of patent professionals made up of attorneys, paralegals and patent engineers to define and refine processes used in global patent operations. Provide patent analysis for all contexts, including litigation, potential acquisition, and licensing. Assist in proactive, strategic management of patent litigation and patent assertions.

The candidate should have JD Degree and Bar admission (or equivalent in jurisdiction), and registered before the USPTO. Must have 3 years of patent prosecution experience with a strong background in global IP law. Drafted and prosecuted patent applications before the USPTO. Knowledge of utility, design, copyright and other IP areas needed. Excellent patent analysis abilities, including development of non-infringement/infringement, invalidity/validity and claim construction positions Excellent web-based and other investigation and research skills/experience are needed. Should have sound computer skills including IP maintenance database software (e.g. Anaqua), PPT and Excel. Ability to work independently and cross-functionally. Ability to prioritize and appropriately manage risk in a corporate legal environment. Desire and ability to work in a fast-paced and challenging environment. Flexibility and a positive attitude. Excellent work ethic. Work well in a team environment. Very good organizational skills and attention to detail, including the ability to prioritize and multi-task and keep everything going smoothly without dropping any balls. Excellent written and oral communication skills, including presentations to senior business, technical and legal personnel. Nice to Have: A background or strong familiarity with electrical engineering, physics, computer science, mechanical engineering, audio components and/or acoustics. Law firm, in-house or other comparable experience with large and complex IP portfolios. Experience drafting IP related contractual documents such as co-existence and settlement agreements. Knowledge of foreign patent practice and rules a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# SNKH162202
 
Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Collaborating with and advising law department colleagues, business partners, and management on a wide range of complex IP issues. Applying expertise in government contract IP matters, commercial transactions, IP licensing, managing patent and trademark portfolios, and managing IP enforcement actions, including managing outside counsel. Leading development and implementation of IP strategy in priority areas. Develop an understanding of the Company and Sector's business and technology strategies, with deeper knowledge in key technology areas.

Basic Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree and Bachelor's Degree in a relevant scientific field. Active State Bar Membership and registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 7+ years IP experience in a law firm, government, or as in-house counsel. Experience in intellectual property-related transactions and negotiations, and/or protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trade secrets, data, software, trademarks, and copyrights. Active U.S. Security Clearance or ability to obtain one. Highly motivated individual with strong analytical skills, strategic thinking, judgment, sense of accountability, integrity, and a record of managing complex intellectual property matters. Ability to provide accurate, timely, and pragmatic advice. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment, with the ability to engage and motivate others through thought leadership. Strong time-management and organizational skills, responsiveness, and a demonstrated ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience with U.S. government contract intellectual property regulations (FAR and DFARS) and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# GZQU162203
 
Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Collaborating with and advising law department colleagues, business partners, and management on a wide range of complex IP issues. Applying expertise in government contract IP matters, commercial transactions, IP licensing, managing patent and trademark portfolios, and managing IP enforcement actions, including managing outside counsel. Leading development and implementation of IP strategy in priority areas. Develop an understanding of the Company and Sector's business and technology strategies, with deeper knowledge in key technology areas.

Basic Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree and Bachelor's Degree in a relevant scientific field. Active State Bar Membership and registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 7+ years IP experience in a law firm, government, or as in-house counsel. Experience in intellectual property-related transactions and negotiations, and/or protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trade secrets, data, software, trademarks, and copyrights. Active U.S. Security Clearance or ability to obtain one. Highly motivated individual with strong analytical skills, strategic thinking, judgment, sense of accountability, integrity, and a record of managing complex intellectual property matters. Ability to provide accurate, timely, and pragmatic advice. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment, with the ability to engage and motivate others through thought leadership. Strong time-management and organizational skills, responsiveness, and a demonstrated ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience with U.S. government contract intellectual property regulations (FAR and DFARS) and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Commercial & Intellectual Property
Refer job# GXNU161746
 
Associate General Counsel, Commercial & Intellectual Property Duties: Counsel both senior management and the various operating groups within, responsible for management of the companies contract review, drafting and negotiation process. Will directly supervise a team of two attorneys, and work with and supervise outside counsel in the disposition of various matters as appropriate. Serve as the assistant to the companies general Counsel, by providing expert and strategic legal advice to management and other key stakeholders. Anticipate issues and estimate strategic risks; identify proactive solutions to minimize risks. Keep abreast of changing federal and state laws and regulations, and advise stakeholders of potential business impacts. Evaluate and weigh multiple inputs and impacts of decisions/courses of action. Oversee activities of staff of junior attorneys and provide meaningful career development guidance. Manage corporate contract function. Review, draft, and negotiate agreements that minimize risks and maximize the companies business position and advance strategic goals. Develop strategies for continuous improvement of corporate contracting process. Manage the companies intellectual property portfolio. Maintain and advance the companies intellectual property position, working with key stakeholders and outside counsel to identify and avoid third party infringement, protect company intellectual property, and grow patent and trademark holdings. Oversee and/or assist with various business development activities and strategic transactions. Participate in and/or manage other projects as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited U.S. law school, and licensed to practice law in the State of New York required. 10 years legal experience, including in house. Experience managing other attorneys preferred. Corporate generalist experience with strong contract drafting skills; exposure to intellectual property matters. Must be disposed to operate in a collaborative, responsive and proactive manner, gaining the confidence and trust of the business partners throughout the organization. Ability to gain the confidence of ownership, senior management team and other key stakeholders Excellent attention to detail with high level organizational and drafting skills. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to manage and work on multiple projects while adhering to deadlines. Highly flexible in adapting to changing priorities.
 
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