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Trade Mark Attorney

Enjoy a role with incredible breadth and scope that would suit someone who would like to further develop their existing commercial skills.  You will love the social side of the job; meeting new and existing clients, fostering strong relationships and building a network of contacts across the globe.

The firm has a genuine diversity of clients from small start-up businesses to international corporations across a range of sectors including (but not limited to) pharmaceuticals, food & drink, and financial services.  The firm's attorneys regularly offer strategic IP advice instead of simply delivering transactional work. The trade mark team gives focused advice on the availability, protection, use, exploitation, enforcement and assignment of trade marks, as well as dealing with related copyright, common law, business name/domain name and design matters.

The firm fosters a great work/life balance with a 21st century attitude to flexible working.  The Partners also understand that to be a truly successful trade mark attorney this often means the job has to be international and they support this by ensuring that opportunities exist for overseas travel so you can meet clients and potential clients with an array of backgrounds.

There is considerable flexibility on the profile of applicants that will be considered for this role.  Whilst the role will ideally suit a qualified trade mark attorney the level of post qualified experience is less important, remuneration and responsibilities will simply be adjusted accordingly.



Salary: Highly Competitive
Location: Birmingham

Nearly/Newly Qualified Patent Attorney, Software/Electronics/Telcos

An international firm known for their transactional IP and litigation work is growing their patent prosecution team in London. This is an exciting opportunity for an attorney looking to challenge their abilities in a supportive and collaborate environment whilst working within a smaller team, but with the resources and backing of a multi office leader in the IP profession.

The new team member will have access to a varied portfolio of clients, including software, medical devices, electronics and telecommunication, in particular 5G cellular communications. The majority of work is for direct clients in the UK, Europe, US and Asia, as well as having the opportunity to build on this base through internal and external referrals, business development initiatives and networking. The firm has access to a great deal of contentious work allowing you to work alongside the established team on a substantial number of oppositions, as well as gaining experience in areas not normally available at most patent firms.

Responsibilities will include significant drafting and prosecution (including a particular focus on standards-essential patents) in the UK, Europe and US, European litigation and opposition work, and strategic advisory and opinions. Secondments are offered to any of the firm’s international offices and although the position is ideally based in London, they will consider other locations in particular Paris and Munich.

Candidates are hoped to be nearing qualification and have a background in electronics, software, telecommunications or similar. You will need to be comfortable in a client facing and commercially focused role with ideally some experience in business development/marketing activities.

Salary: Market leading
Location: London

Part Qualified Patent Attorney, Sweden

We are recruiting a part qualified patent attorney position for our client, KIPA.  The position will be based in Helsingborg, Sweden and represents an excellent opportunity to continue your training in another jurisdiction (or move within Sweden) whilst being ably supported towards European Patent Attorney qualification.  There is scope in respect to the technical background of suitable applicants but you are likely to be working within physics, electronics, software or mechanical engineering.

KIPA is a small but growing firm and hence will be able to give you a very well-rounded career with ample opportunity to further your development.  A typical day would likely include a full range of patent searches, drafting, filing and prosecution of EP, PCT and possibly Swedish patent applications.  KIPA operates an English-speaking office and as an international operation English fluency is a must.  Other languages would be useful but are certainly not required.

An ideal candidate is likely to have circa two years’ experience and will have perhaps sat the pre-EQE examination or be intending to do so soon.  Whilst candidates who have worked within the European Patent system would be preferred, candidates from other jurisdictions outside of the EU/EEA with a relevant technical background will also be considered.

This is an excellent opportunity to really do something very different with your career and build early international experience.  Remuneration offered will be in line with major European jurisdictions.

Salary: Excellent
Location: Helsingborg, Sweden

Project Manager, IP Management SaaS

One of largest providers of management software and services to the IP industry is looking to further cement their leading reputation in the UK. The company has recently undergone a period of accelerated growth with a client portfolio now spanning over 150 countries and, although the company continues from strength to strength, they have ensured that the core values of the business have remained steadfast since the company’s conception.

They are recruiting a project manager to join their team in London to help manage client onboarding and ensure a smooth integration of the company software into the client’s environment.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Leading new client presentations and demonstrations, targeting the specific needs of each new client and ensuring that the software offering is tailored to suit.
  • Managing projects for a varied client base, ranging from smaller outfits through to multinational household names.
  • Liaising with internal departments in order to coordinate a smooth and successful transition, and communicate all client requirements effectively and efficiently.
  • Acting as point of contact to assist with any operational problems that may arise during the migration period to the new software platform.

It is hoped that the successful candidate will have prior experience in business systems implementation and integration, as well as working in a heavily client centric role. You will be given the freedom to solely manage your portfolio, which will require the confidence to believe in your own decision making (and ensure that your team is also on board). There will be some travel, both local and overseas, to meet with clients and an additional language particularly French or German would be beneficial.

Salary: £80,000
Location: London
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