Position
Trade Mark Docketing Clerk


Recruiter
Career Legal


Location
London


Salary
Competitive


Date
21 April 2017


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A new opportunity at this international law firm within their fast developing Trade Mark team. The role will join a large, superbly resourced department and take direct responsibility for Trade Mark Docketing. A role that will involve a wide array of responsibilities including;-


Creating Records relating to (disputes/oppositions/objections)

Undertaking client conflict checks Review of post and saving incoming correspondence to Filesite

Processing and docketing all TMO actions, global agent comms, disputes and reminders, to WebTMS

Generating and managing WebTMS templates

Updating WebTMS ensuring deadlines and reminders are removed as appropriate.

Ensure the smooth running of the Docketing & Record Support function on a day to day basis.


Applications are welcomed from ambitious individuals who have confident Patent administration skills and are seeking an exciting new opportunity. This is a role located in stunning offices in a role that offers fantastic development – to apply and receive a job description, please email your CV to joeneilson@careerlegal.co.uk


For our application policy please view the link below. Career Legal is a Recruitment Agency and is advertising this permanent vacancy on behalf of one of its Clients.
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