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Part Qualified Patent Attorney Engineering and/or Electronics

Highly flexible firm will consider candidates with as little as a year’s experience up to and including newly qualified attorneys.  The environment is very collaborative and they are keen to help people develop a well-rounded career.  What this entails will include being given your own budget to develop your own client initiatives, the chance to work with large direct clients who are household names and balanced responsibilities between drafting, prosecution and providing strategic IP advice.

The firm has a policy of ‘continual pay review’ which means that every quarter there is an opportunity to increase your earning level based on how you’re doing in the job.  In addition, they very much encourage a healthy work life balance ensuring that their attorneys do what needs to be done but go home at a reasonable time.

The position will suit attorneys who want to be more involved with their clients, be listened to not only by their peers but also their supervisors and enjoy a terrific range of work.  Given the nature of the practice there is flexibility on the technical background that can be accommodated so both a mechanical engineering background or one that leans much more towards electronics and software could work very well. 

Salary: Aggressively Competitive
Location: Midlands

Finalist – 3 Years’ PQE, Physics

Enjoy an extremely broad client base and handle innovative technologies originating from a range of fields, including mechanical, electronics and medical devices. The firm adopts a modern approach and has witnessed steady growth over recent years, and is looking to bring on an additional attorney as a result of this ongoing success.

Clients range from local inventors and entrepreneurs to SMEs and multinationals, with direct client work in the UK, Europe and further afield. You will have access to a much more varied work portfolio than is normally expected, with endless drafting and prosecution supplemented with more commercial and management focused responsibilities.

The team is smaller than your typical large private practice, allowing for a family friendly work environment and the opportunity for you to collaborate and learn from attorneys at all levels. 

Salary: Market Competitive
Location: Midlands

Recently Qualified Chemist

A small yet strategically minded practice in the Midlands requires a recently qualified attorney to help manage their current work load, as well as adding to their portfolio with additional clients across the chemical and pharmaceutical fields. The practice handles a diverse range of technologies, including new chemical entities; formulations; polymorphs; drug delivery devices; and new medical uses, and works with small local start-ups, SMEs and large pharmaceuticals both in the UK and in Europe. 

You will be responsible for the full lifecycle of your clients' IP from initial IP capture and invention harvesting, drafting and prosecution, through to all ongoing portfolio management and handling any contentious matters that may occur. The firm is known for their commerical edge, and so you will also be required to provide pragmatic advice that exploits the true value of your clients' IP and identify areas which can be further developed and protected over time.

The close knit nature of the team will ensure you have ongoing and individually tailored support and training, and the career prospects and earning potential is excellent. 

Salary: Market Competitive
Location: Midlands

In-house Qualified Design Attorney – Patent/Trade Mark/IP Solicitor

A leading British institution is growing their legal team with the appointment of a qualified design attorney. The role would suit a patent attorney, trade mark attorney or IP solicitor; and will primarily involve providing day-to day strategic and operational support for all design rights within the company.

The IP team handles all aspects of IP, including the filing, prosecution and enforcement of patent, trade mark and design rights; and works closely with all other internal departments including the RDD teams to ensure that they are fully up to date on the latest IP developments and their implications.

You will be responsible for maintaining a detailed and current knowledge of the local laws in key territories in relation to both the registration and enforcement of designs; devising and implementing filing strategies appropriate for each core area of the business; handling the prosecution for all design applications; and managing more contentious matters such as conflicts that may occur across the world.

Close contact with the in-house patent attorneys is crucial in tailoring, managing and supervising the design protection and filing regime for each of the individual core projects of the business.

Ideal candidates are hoped to be a qualified IP professional (either a patent attorney, trade mark attorney or IP solicitor), with at least two years’ PQE and substantial experience in handling more contentious IP matters.

Salary: Competitive
Location: South West
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