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Intellectual Property Litigation Associate (1-3 PQE)

Intellectual Property Litigation Associate (1-3 PQE)

  • About the Firm: Mishcon de Reya is an independent law firm, which now employs more than 900 people with over 550 lawyers offering a wide range of legal services to companies and individuals.
  • About the Role: We are seeking to appoint an Intellectual Property / Brands Litigation Associate, with 1-3 PQE, to work in our London office. The role is for a Trade Mark Solicitor.
  • Looking for: Among your many attributes, we are looking to secure your strong experience with a recognised firm (or from in-house) advising on UK, EUTM and international trade mark and design filing and portfolio management, as well as Registry proceedings.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded to you will include but not be limited to, providing strategic guidance on trade mark and design applications; providing search and clearance advice to use and/or register new marks at the UK and EUIPO levels; and co-ordinate searching, filings, renewals and disputes globally via the firm's network of international associates.
  • And more: You will provide day to day supervision of the Trade Mark Paralegals and Administrators and support the development of other team members; and work closely with the Partners of the IP Group in developing new and existing client relationships; and build a reputation for providing a 'gold star' service to clients by meeting Brands Service Delivery Guidelines.

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