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Senior Trademark Attorney.
 
Title: Senior Trademark Attorney.
Category: Legal
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £25,000.00 - £27,000.00
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Description:
If you have a high level of Trademark experience then this could be the opportunity for you. It is the chance to join a young Intellectual Property firm in Croydon, Hertfordshire and grow within the company.

It is a rapidly growing company that works globally, meaning that you will be servicing a very wide range of clients from around the world. The day to day work can therefore be variable. The role will also include managing 2 junior staff so experience is necessary.

On a daily basis you will be assisting the attorneys, filing trademarks, dealing with registry correspondence and notifying clients at the various states of the application process and convention priority opportunities. You will also be dealing with advertising and registration stages of trademarks.

If you are looking to work within a growing and successful trademark firm, offering a great chance for personal growth, then please get in touch.

Requirements

Knowledge of trademark processes and deadlines. Management skills. Ability to draft specifications and file trademarks. Personable. Confident on the telephone. Excellent knowledge of the UK, EU and WIPO systems. Sense of humour! To be able to drive. Benefits

Huge personal growth opportunities. Great working environment. Work for a company that is ranked 22nd in the top 100 filers in the UK in 2015. We eat lots of cakes and enjoy each day!
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