IP LITIGATION PARTNER, US FIRM

Location
City of London
Salary
COMPETITIVE
Posted
14 Sep 2017
Closes
14 Oct 2017
Ref
12038
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent
PQE
Partner

This premier US Firm has one of the largest intellectual property practices of any full-services law firm in the world. It is a full service global law firm with acluding litigation at all levels; patent preparation and prosecution; trademark and copyright advice and portfolio management; post-grant and other administrative proceedings before the US & UK Patent & Trademark Offices; licensing, technology transfer and other transactions; and addressing IP issues in corporate transactions. The London office is well supported with IP professionals across the firm's other jurisdictions, providing a fully integrated approach to IP matters within an international business context. Life sciences, retail, energy, manufacturing, finance and technology are all core sectors for the firm, providing a particularly strong platform from which to offer a market leading IP practice.

The London office is now seeking a partner with the anticipation to lead the contentious IP practice. This is most likely to be soft IP. The successful partner will show evidence of the ability to generate loyal client relationships and enjoy a variety of domestic and international work. The partner will have the desire to be the go-to IP partner in London, and enjoy working in a well-supported team with the opportunity to provide leadership and strategic input as the London team continues to grow.

For more details on this role, please contact Jonathan Benjamin of RedLaw on 020 3815 6801 or by email at jonathan.benjamin@redlawrecruitment.com

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