Position
Patent Attorney - Electronics / Mechatronics


Recruiter
Caselton Clark


Location
London


Salary
Competitive


Date
09 December 2016


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You will be working with our specialist team of electromechanical attorneys and design solicitors handling all non-contentious and contentious design matters.

The role:-

You will take responsibility for, and contribute to, providing design protection for international clients.

You will work in an environment covering a broad range of science disciplines and technologies.

You will be given support and flexibility so you can achieve further success in your career path.

You will receive great rewards and benefits working autonomously and collaboratively with a network of talented team members to deliver excellence to clients.

Candidate Requirements:-

To be qualified with demonstrable experience and a strong background in design in an electromechanical field.

Have an awareness and experience of international protocols and patent protocols.

Strong ability to advise clients on how to protect their works considering their individual specific needs and requirements.

A confident and assertive attitude combined with being commercially astute to build on and develop strong working relationships with both colleagues and clients.

This business recognises the need to offer a flexible and competitive salary dependant on the relevant experience of any applicants and is equally open to applicants of varied backgrounds, and levels of experience are welcomed to apply.
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