Trademark/Copyright Associate

March 29, 2021

Offices

Foley Hoag’s Trademark, Copyright & Unfair Competition group has an opening in either our Boston or New York office for a lawyer with at least one year of law firm experience in the areas of trademark and/or copyright litigation and prosecution.

The position will involve managing trademark and copyright disputes, including out-of-court enforcement and defense of claims; opposition, cancellation, and appeal proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board; and federal court litigation.  In addition, the associate will review trademark search reports and prepare clearance opinions, handle domestic and international trademark prosecution and counseling, respond to Office Actions issued by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, and manage other aspects of trademark and copyright prosecution

We staff matters leanly, affording associates an opportunity for significant responsibility and excellent career development. Associates work one-on-one with partners, gain a depth of experience in a broad range of matters, and get immediate client contact. Such experience has contributed to the firm’s consistently excellent rankings in national associate satisfaction surveys.

How to Apply

Candidates should click here to apply. Search firms should submit candidate materials to hiring@foleyhoag.com.

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