Trademark, Copyright, and False Advertising Litigation Associate - Mid-Senior Level - Washington, D.C. or New York City
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP has an exciting and dynamic opportunity for a mid-senior level litigation associate attorney to work in the areas of soft intellectual property and unfair competition in its Washington, DC or New York City offices. Ideal candidates will have a minimum of five years of litigation experience, with a preference for those with experience working on trademark infringement, copyright infringement, and/or false advertising litigation. Prior FTC experience also a plus. This is an exciting and unique position focused on litigating plaintiff’s-side claims related to anti-counterfeiting, trademark infringement, unfair competition, false advertising, and consumer protection. Candidates must be active members of the New York or Washington, D.C. bar in good standing.
We are an AmLaw 100 law firm with eight offices nationwide. We are relentlessly committed to client service and look for candidates who share that commitment. At DWT, client service means having empathy for each client’s and each lawyer’s work and personal pressures, business objectives, and legal needs; anticipating their needs; and having the capabilities and commitment to deliver what matters most to them.
To apply, please upload a cover letter addressed to Morgan Dufault, Manager of Lawyer Talent Acquisition, resume, a copy of your law transcript, and a brief writing sample (10 pages max).
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