Trademark Associate - Mid-Level - Seattle
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP is seeking an associate attorney to join the trademark practice of its Intellectual Property Group in its Seattle office. We represent many well-known companies, including major media, entertainment, and technology brands, as well as mid-size and emerging companies based in the PNW. The position requires a minimum of three years of experience in trademark clearance, counseling, prosecution, and enforcement. Experience with cease & desist letters, enforcement proceedings before the TTAB, and trademark litigation support is preferred.
Candidates with law firm experience, excellent client relationship skills, practical insight, creativity and a self-starter mindset will excel in this position. Outstanding writing and oral advocacy skills are required. All applications are confidential.
To apply, please upload a cover letter addressed to Bahareh Samanian, Director of Lawyer Recruiting; resume; writing sample (10 pages max) and law school transcript. We would appreciate you specifying how you heard about this position.
We are accepting submissions from third-party recruiters at this time.
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