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Managing Associate, Trade Mark & Portfolio Management

Managing Associate, Trade Mark & Portfolio Management

  • This is envisaged as a role for senior practitioner. You will have client relationship management responsibilities, and devote time to marketing and dusiness development.
  • The successful candidate will be a key part of a hard-working, friendly and supportive team; therefore, the ideal candidate will be a strong team player and have experience working in a high performing and collaborative environment.
  • You should have solid UK, EUIPO and international experience in dealing with trade mark searching, filing and prosecution, portfolio management, due diligence and disputes.
  • Our trade mark prosecution client base is varied; from global brandowners to start ups, however, much work is focussed on the following sectors: advertising/marketing, retail, fashion, entertainment, technology automotive and sports.
  • Depending on level of experience there may be an expectation that the successful candidate will have a reasonable client following. If selected for interview, candidates will be asked to prepare a business case to showcase the details of their expected following.

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