Position
Trade Mark Attorney


Recruiter
Caselton Clark


Location
South West England


Salary
Competitive


Date
09 March 2017


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Our client is a leading, full service firm of patent and trademark attorneys. With numerous offices in the UK this leading intellectual property business has a loyal client based both in the UK and overseas. The advice they provide allow their clients to have a commercially focused approach to IP. They represent a variety of innovative global companies and support dynamic starts up and SME's.

This respected firm are looking to hire an addition to their busy Trademark department to be based in their South West office. This may suit a recently qualified attorney who is looking to make their mark in a larger firm or possibly you are interested in leaving the London scene having completed a few years' post qualification.

The Role

You will be working in one of the highest ranked UK trademark departments giving a strong client based specialist advice on brand protection across a diverse range of clients including finance, fashion and security.

You will be commercially focussed, driven, outgoing and able to think quickly on your feet. In return we will offer you the chance to join a firm where there is the opportunity to make a real difference. Though not exhaustive your duties will include:-

A thorough grounding in UK and overseas Trademark law

A working knowledge of related areas such as copyright law, patent and competition law

An eye for detail and absolute accuracy

Ability to structure a precise, coherent argument

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to handle legal and commercial arguments and negotiation skills

Management and development of existing clients and network and securing of new business

Up to 3 years' experience as a fully qualified Trademark Attorney


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