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Commercial and Technology Lawyer (0-2PQE)

Commercial and Technology Lawyer (0-2PQE)

  • Introduction: We are looking for an NQ-3 PQE associate to join our Commercial & Technology team primarily to work in our Brand Protection team based in Cambridge.
  • About the role: You will have a strong interest in trade marks and be committed to delivering pragmatic and commercially-focussed solutions for our clients in order to help manage their international trade mark portfolios.
  • Looking for: Ideally, you will have experience of advising on trade mark filing strategies at local and international levels, advising on trade mark infringements and be able to draft and negotiate basic trade mark licences and associated documents.
  • Opportunities: We will support you by providing lots of client contact, exposure to interesting work and an environment in which you can rapidly develop your skills and knowledge.
  • And more: You will be someone who wants to develop your skills and experience in brand protection whilst taking increasing responsibility and ownership of clients.

Taylor Vinters LLP

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