Attorney – Intellectual Property – Troy, Ann Arbor, Detroit or Grand Rapids Office
Bodman is seeking to fill two full-time attorney positions in its Intellectual Property Practice Group, focusing on trademark, copyright, technology, advertising, and media. The most significant qualification is the ability to deliver the highest quality legal service every day. This includes timeliness in response to client requests for assistance, excellence in written work product, judgment, ability to work collaboratively, ability to develop legal strategies to help clients achieve goals, and ability to balance competing demands on time. These are not entry level positions.
Candidates should be able to work immediately on brand protection: trademark selection; conduct and analyze the results of trademark searches; counsel clients of the likelihood of success, estimate of costs, and potential risks; file and prosecute trademark applications in the US and internationally; transactional trademark work; and trademark enforcement. Candidates should be able to counsel clients on issues of copyright ability of work product and enforcement, secure copyright registration, and negotiate/draft transactional documents. Candidates should have at least a working familiarity with technology contracts and IP issues relating to technology, advertising law, and media law. Senior associate and partner level candidates will be considered for these positions. This position is not for an applicant who is a patent attorney or patent agent.
Admission to the Michigan Bar and excellent academic credentials are required.
Physical office location can be Troy, Ann Arbor, Detroit or Grand Rapids; remote work arrangements available.
Please submit your resume, writing sample and law school transcripts to email@example.com.
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