Mid-Level Intellectual Property Associate

Employer
Heilbut LLP
Location
New York City, New York (US)
Salary
Compensation will be commensurate with experience within the range of $200,000 - $220,000.
Posted
Feb 13, 2024
Closes
Mar 14, 2024
Contract Type
Full-Time

Heilbut LLP is a boutique law firm specializing in providing business and intellectual property services to emerging and high-growth companies. We pride ourselves on offering bespoke counsel rooted in deeply listening to our clients. Our clear and concise legal advice endeavors to guide each client to an optimal outcome.

While candidates’ particular expertise might vary, we are looking for a lawyer with a diverse intellectual property background and a desire to support our clients in maximizing the value of their non-tangible assets.

Skills required:

Three to five years of experience within an intellectual property practice, resulting in knowledge of:

  • At minimum, a basic understanding of trademark clearance and prosecution, deeper knowledge of trademark prosecution is a plus.
  • General or more in-depth knowledge of copyright prosecution.
  • The ability to advise and counsel clients on privacy concepts and concerns.
  • A comfort in assessing and advising on protection and monetization of intellectual property assets.
  • A strong working knowledge of licensing agreements including negotiating their terms and drafting final documents.
  • Experience defending intellectual property assets through drafting cease and desist letters as well as other enforcement efforts.
  • Working knowledge of patent prosecution and protection.
  • The ability to manage and draft intellectual property assignments.

As a boutique firm, our lawyers are called on to handle a multitude of different tasks for a variety of clients each day. Lawyers work directly with clients as well as senior attorneys in procuring details, discerning facts, and then providing guidance. The most appealing applicants can demonstrate an ability to leverage their current skill set to tackle matters outside their core expertise.