Friday, March 31, 2017

Morgan Lewis Seeks TM/Copyright Associate for Wash., DC Office

Morgan Lewis is seeking applicants for an associate position in its IP-Trademark/Copyright Practice in Washington D.C. See the Job Description below. Interested candidates may apply through

Job Description:

Position Description:
Morgan Lewis, an international law firm with nearly 2,000 attorneys, is seeking to hire an Associate in the IP-Trademark/Copyright Practice in Washington, DC. Please note this a non-partnership track position. This position requires prior experience handling U.S. and international trademark portfolios (i.e., domestic and international trademark clearance, prosecution, maintenance, enforcement and counseling). Additional experience in one or more of the following areas is a bonus: U.S. PTO Trademark Examiner; litigation involving copyright, trademark (including Trademark Trial and Appeal Board administrative litigation), trade dress, false advertising and other Lanham Act and related state law issues; on-line business, social media, advertising and privacy issues.

Practice Description:
The Morgan Lewis Trademark Practice provides a full range of services in connection with brand-related IP law, including transactions, litigation, and counseling. Our practice encompasses trademarks and advertising, copyright, trade secrets, brand and copyright transactions, online business and privacy, and marketing arrangements. Our diverse client base ranges from global companies that own famous brands to small and midsized organizations. We have long-standing relationships with clients in all types of industries, including consumer products, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals and medical devices, technology, hospitality, media, equipment and industrial products, healthcare, financial services, education, and fashion, jewelry, luxury, and other retail.

Job Requirements:
Candidates must possess excellent academic credentials, as well as strong organization, research, writing and analytical skills. We value collegiality and diversity among our lawyers and seek to make the practice both professionally and personally rewarding.


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