Shareholder IP Prosecution - Biotech

Greenberg Traurig, LLP.
Feb 01, 2023
Feb 24, 2023
Trademark Agent
Contract Type
Shareholder IP Prosecution – Biotech (Boston, MA) sought by Greenberg Traurig, LLP. Represent biotechnology & life sciences clients in patent prosecution including building strategic worldwide patent portfolios & providing advice & opinions on freedom to operate, patent infringement & invalidity issues. Provide scientific advice for the dvlpmt & patenting of international biotechnology, pharmaceutical & life science inventions. Analyze patent search results to assess the patentability of new inventions, possible infringement issues, freedom to operate issues & validity of previously issued patents. Negotiate & draft agreements related to IP. Reqmts: Juris Doctor (JD) or Master of Laws (LLM) deg, or foreign equiv, plus a Ph.D. or foreign equiv in Biology, Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry or related life sciences field. Must have 7 yrs of progressive exp (of which 4 yrs must be as an attorney licensed to practice law in the US) in position offd or as a patent professional/practitioner (agent or limited recognition) providing sophisticated intellectual property counsel & guidance to biotechnology &/or life sciences companies. Must also have 7 yrs of exp (of which at least 4 yrs must be as an attorney licensed to practice law in the US): Building & maintaining strategic worldwide patent portfolios & related IP transactions including licenses, opinions & partnering; Conducting patent application preparation & prosecution by providing comprehensive legal research, analysis of complex legal issues & overseeing the execution of legal documentation & memoranda; Conducting & analyzing searches related to technology dvlpmts using patent databases, including WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization), EPO (European Patent Office), JPO (Japanese Patent Office) & alternative search resources; & Analyzing searches, USPTO records & client documents in support of ongoing analysis of infringement, validity & patentability issues. Must be admitted to practice law in Massachusetts. Must be recognized by the USPTO to represent clients in patent matters as an attorney, agent or limited recognition. Apply Online: Ref. Job