Job #1377

Trademark Staff Attorney

The Chicago office of our Am Law 100 client is seeking a full-time, permanent Trademark Staff Attorney to provide support to attorneys regarding domestic and foreign trademarks. This attorney's responsibilities will include preparing new trademark, domain and copyright applications, and other trademark prosecution documents for filing at appropriate trademark offices; preparing arguments in response to official correspondence from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and foreign trademark offices for trademark applications; providing assistance in litigation and enforcement matters in the U.S. and foreign jurisdictions; drafting license agreements, assignments and other trademark-related transactional documents; and revising intellectual property provisions in agreements (e.g., purchase agreements and service agreements). The expected annual billables are only 1,800. This is a great opportunity to practice trademark law at a dynamic and highly regarded intellectual property law practice group.

Chicago, IL

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Job #1338

Patent Prosecution Associate

The Chicago office (under 40 attorneys) of our Am Law 100 firm client is seeking a patent attorney who has a chemical engineering undergraduate and/or advanced degree and 2+ years of patent prosecution experience. The practice involves risk assessment analyses, counseling and opinion work, portfolio management, patent mining and landscaping, and post-grant proceedings. This is a great opportunity to join the growing patent practice of a highly regarded national Intellectual Property practice group.

Chicago, IL

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