Mid-level IP Associate

Position
Mid-level IP Associate


Recruiter
Laurence Simons


Location
USA, California, Menlo Park


Salary
Competitive


Date
23 June 2017


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Our client, a highly-regarded, international law firm is seeking to hire a mid-level associate (3-5 years) to join their IP group. The ideal candidate will have experience in IP licensing, technology transfer and other technology transactions, as well as in IP support and IP due diligence for corporate transactions. The candidate should have experience in drafting and negotiating various documents including: IP licenses (patent and trademark licenses), joint development, collaboration and other strategic alliance agreements, technology licenses and services agreements (including SaaS agreements), distribution agreements (including OEM and VAR and other reseller agreements). This individual should also have experience drafting and negotiation of commercial contracts and counseling regarding IP strategy.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing firm that values the work-life balance and allows its associates to interface with clients early on. This firm makes a concerted effort to ensure employee growth and advancement. Candidates should possess top academic credentials and major law firm experience.
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