IP Litigation Associate (London)
Are you an IP litigation solicitor interested in a new challenge? Hunter Savage is currently partnering with this leading global law firm to recruit an IP litigation associate into their leading life sciences practice to be based in their London office.
Our client has one of the UK's leading life sciences practices. They have won a number of awards for the team and the life sciences practice is a key one for the firm where they envisage a huge amount of growth over the next few years. The IP litigation associate will get the opportunity to work with a range of leading global and multinational clients to assist on high profile and interesting IP disputes. The firm places a large amount of emphasis on the technical excellence of this team and therefore is highly committed to the ongoing training and development of the lawyers within this practice area and offer first class training and career development programmes.
Working as part of this leading team the IP litigation associate will get the opportunity to work on a wide range of IP disputes often complex and international.
Ideally, you will meet the following criteria
- Qualified Solicitor - Ideally 4 to 7 years PQE (Exceptional candidates with a lower PQE will also be considered)
- Extensive experience of working on IP disputes
- Highly technical with a strong understand and enthusiasm for pharmaceutical patent litigation
- It would be desirable if you had some previous experience of medical device or high -tech patent application
- Excellent communication skills with a "client first" approach
- Highly organised with the ability to deal with a busy caseload
For further information, and to apply for this Ip litigation associate job, please contact Lindsey McCracken. Visit our website for a full list of legal opportunities.
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