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European and/or UK Patent Attorney (Engineering & Life Sciences)

Tomkins

Dublin, Dublin
4 days ago
Dublin, Dublin
4 days ago

Tomkins is recruiting fully qualified European Patent Attorneys to expand their established patent team. Tomkins offers the chance to join the trusted European IP partner for the world’s biggest technology companies and best-known brands, a firm consistently ranked as no. 1 for patent prosecution in Ireland. 

Our top tier Engineering team are looking for a newly-qualified to 3 years PQE European and/or UK Patent Attorney with an Electronics / Electrical Engineering / Physics degree and solid patent prosecution experience, ideally in private practice. The ideal candidate will have specialised in the telecommunications field and thrive in a high performing yet engaging environment. The role offers a very high proportion of direct client work across various high tech disciplines from both local and international clients. 

Our award-winning Life Sciences team are also expanding and looking for a fully-qualified European Patent Attorney with 3 years+ PQE and a Biotechnology / Microbiology / Immunology / Biochemistry / Genetics background. The ideal candidate will have considerable experience in patent prosecution, opposition and appeal, and will demonstrate a strong drive for business development. The role offers the opportunity to work on an enviable and diverse existing client portfolio from various research institutions, pharmaceutical leaders, and an established network of International associates, while growing/expanding one’s own portfolio. 

Both opportunities are in our head office in Dublin, however, successful candidates may combine remote and office-based work. 

For further information, please contact Ms. Lynn McManus (HR Manager). Applications in writing please with your Curriculum Vitae before Friday, 26  March 2021

Think Intellectual Property. Think Tomkins.

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Commercial Real Estate Solicitor (1-2 years PQE)

HRM Recruit

Dublin City Centre, Dublin
14 days ago
Dublin City Centre, Dublin
14 days ago

Our client is a hugely progressive law firm who are seeing considerable growth in the Irish market. They work closely with the leading multinational corporates and financial institutions delivering innovative legal advice and solutions. Their culture is collaborative and progressive and genuinely focussed on developing people their people.
The Role
This is a very exciting opportunity for a commercially orientated Real Estate lawyer who is interested in establishing their career in an incredibly well position international firm. The hire is very much to support the growth of the practice area and will offer considerable career development opportunities as the firm and the Property practice group continues to expand.
The role will be supporting the Senior Associates and Partners in the provision of best in class legal advice to a healthy mix of existing and new clients, including a wide range of commercial Irish companies, multinationals, developers, commercial property landlords, financial institutions, private individuals, corporate borrowers, and other providers of finance.
Responsibilities will include:
  • Supporting the Partner and Senior Associates in advising clients on legal matters related to acquisitions, disposals, and financing of properties
  • Drafting, reviewing, and supporting the submissions all required documentation including commercial leases for both landlords and tenants; facility agreements, security documents and ancillary documents; deeds of surrender, deeds of variation, heads of terms, side letters and license agreements
  • Providing legal support in relation to financing, and banking and property transactions

The Person
In order to be considered for this Property Solicitor opportunity, you will ideally have a strong training background in a top tier, well-regarded mid-tier firm or international firm with property law experience in Ireland or the UK. You will be commercially orientated, career focussed and interested in your personal development.
Specific requirements for the successful candidate would include:
  • You will be an experienced Solicitor with a minimum of 1 year of post-qualification experience providing legal advice and support across a broad spectrum of property and/or construction related matters in Ireland or the UK
  • Exposure to transactional banking law and working knowledge of security and credit regulations in Ireland
  • A proactive and team focussed approach with the ability to work cross-functionally with other practice area in the firm to ensure client delivery
  • You be an adept communicator with a confidence in delivery built through your experience working with high calibre clients
  • You will be ambitious with a growth mindset and interested in building your personal brand and career in a fast-paced environment

What's on offer:
  • Highly competitive salary and package.
  • Opportunity to work closely with the leading partners
  • Opportunity to join a rapidly expanding team with the associated personal development that would naturally follow
  • A broad and varied range of work with some of the most prestigious clients in the market

To discover more about this opportunity, apply now or contact Paul Lanigan at HRM on +353 1 632 1826 for a confidential discussion.
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Senior Property Solicitor

Search Talent

Dublin, Dublin
4 days ago
Dublin, Dublin
€95k - €95k Per Year
4 days ago
€95k - €95k Per Year

Senior Property Solicitor
We are currently hiring a Senior Property Solicitors to join one of the top Dublin Law Practices in their busy Property Department. This represents a great opportunity to work in a progressive professional organisation.
The successful candidate will report to the Head of the Department and the position will involve a broad range of responsibilities including but not limited to:
Key Responsibilities
· Advising clients in relation to the purchase, financing, disposal, and leasing of various types of property including Residential, industrial units, Retail units, and offices.
· advising vendors, purchasers, receivers, and companies in various property law issues, including residential and commercial conveyancing transactions
· advising lending institutions in mortgage transactions, security reviews, and restructuring of loan facilities.
· Experience in property related matters including banking, property due diligence and landlord and tenant issues.
· Drafting, reviewing, and amending leases, deeds of surrender, deeds of variation, heads of terms, side letters and license agreements.
· Other ad-hoc work property related work as required within the business unit
Background Required
· Comfortable with all stages of property transactions
· Exposure to related security documentation
· Excellent drafting skills
· Ability to work on own initiative but also as part of a team
· Strong commercial focus and business acumen required
· Sociable people, capable of communicating at all levels with an ability to communicate points clearly in a non-confrontational manner
· Calm and measured approach to problem solving
Ideal candidates will be 7+ years qualified, with work experience in the relevant areas. They should have strong organisational and interpersonal skills as well as a good work ethic, energy, enthusiasm and be highly motivated.
Salary and benefits here are generous and the opportunity for professional and financial career development is built in for those who merit it. Salary etc is dependant on your expertise and experience.
If you match, exceed or come close to matching these criteria and wish to apply or just want to find out more please contact Enda Connolly of Search talent by e-mailing or by calling 00353 1 963 93 17 or 00353 83 048 99 77.
All communication on this will be treated in strict confidence.
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Commercial Litigation Solicitor

Search Talent

Dublin, Dublin
4 days ago
Dublin, Dublin
€90k - €90k Per Year
4 days ago
€90k - €90k Per Year

Commercial Litigation Solicitor
Seeking qualified Litigation Solicitor with 3-6 years' PQE for one of Dublin`s most successful Legal practices. Associate role with experienced team where you can develop under the tutelage of some of the best Litigators in the state.
Ideal candidates will have work experience in the relevant areas, strong organisational and interpersonal skills as well as a good work ethic, energy, enthusiasm and be highly motivated.
The role would see you working on numerous High Court, Circuit Court and District Court litigation matters ranging from commercial property disputes, title rectification and debt collection.
Salary and benefits here are generous and the opportunity for professional and financial career development is built in for those who merit it. Salary etc is dependent on your expertise and experience.
If you match, exceed, or come close to matching these criteria and wish to apply or just want to find out more please contact Enda Connolly of Search talent by e-mailing or by calling 00353 1 963 93 17 or 00353 83 048 99 77.
All communication on this will be treated in strict confidence
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Solicitor Associate Commercial & Technology

Search Talent

Dublin, Dublin
4 days ago
Dublin, Dublin
€60k - €60k Per Year
4 days ago
€60k - €60k Per Year

Solicitor Associate for Commercial & Technology role
We are now seeking an experienced qualified solicitor, at Associate level to join Ireland's leading commercial technology team. This team of dedicated intellectual property and technology specialists with a depth of expertise across all industry sectors. Combining lawyers experienced in contentious and non-contentious fields, we offer a complete legal service across the broad spectrum of matters which arise - Intellectual Property, Technology, Commercial Contracts and Privacy & Data Security.
This firm consistently achieve the highest ranking from international publications and commentators. This reputation ensures that they are regularly instructed on the most significant marketplace assignments within this sector. Team members benefit from notable international experience, most having worked in multiple jurisdictions including the UK, USA, and Asia Pacific.
Clients are leading domestic and international companies, including some of the most recognised names (many of whom have made Ireland their European Headquarters). We provide our clients with innovative and commercial support, offering practical and business-oriented solutions.
The Candidate
The ideal candidate must have a strong interest (Intellectual Property, Technology, Commercial Contracts and Privacy & Data Security) in developing as a corporate lawyer with a valued commercial technology specialism .
Requirements
The practice group is looking for a qualified Corporate lawyer with an interest Commercial Technology:
  • Ideally 2-6 years' Corporate PQE in a large or medium corporate law firm in Ireland or U.K
  • Ideally commercial & technology experience gained within a large or medium sized corporate law firm.

This is a well-rewarded, progressive, and secure position with exceptional opportunities for both financial and career development.
If you match, exceed, or come close to matching the criteria set out about and wish to apply or just want to know more you should immediately get in touch with Enda Connolly of Search talent at 01 963 93 17 or 083 048 99 77
All communication on this will be treated in strictest confidence.
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Solicitor (Litigation)

E-Frontiers

Galway, Galway
7 days ago
Galway, Galway
€50k - €50k Per Year
7 days ago
€50k - €50k Per Year

We are looking for an experienced Solicitor to join our client in Galway on a 2 year contact with possibilities to be made permanent.
Responsibilities
  • Driving and managing all aspects of the asset recovery strategy with the secured teams;
  • Expertise and knowledge in seeking possession proceedings in the Circuit Court;
  • Provide legal guidance to secured teams in relation to case management and regulatory queries;
  • Liaise with external panel solicitors to ensure efficient management of instructions and ensuring all cases are progressing in line with agreed KPI's;
  • Liaise with external panel firms to agree monthly reporting metrics and updating internal systems to reflect the management of cases;
  • Developing, monitoring and reporting of litigation metrics on a weekly basis;
  • Developing adequate measurement tools to ensure targets are being met;
  • Oversight of panel of solicitors and management of performance and costs;
  • Review and approve cases prior to issuing proceedings ensuring compliance with the CCMA before proceedings are issued;
  • Providing input for improvements, standardisation and streamlining of current litigation practices and systems. Ensuring these changes are successfully implemented within the team;
  • Assisting in all projects relating to litigation.

Key Requirements
  • Oversight of panel of solicitors and management of performance and costs;
  • Litigation management, MI and reporting skills - 2+ years' minimum;
  • Proven experience with managing large volume of litigation in a demanding legal and collections environment, in accordance with the requirements of the CPC, SME and Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears;
  • Up-to-date knowledge of relevant regulatory requirements and their current implementation;
  • Proven ability to implement and manage processes;
  • Excellent analytical skills and reporting skills;
  • Excellent PC skills (use of database, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook);
  • Excellent organisation and time management skills;
  • Excellent communication skills.
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General Counsel

Damovo Ireland Limited

Dublin, County Dublin
1 day ago
Dublin, County Dublin
1 day ago
Overview

The Damovo Group has a rare and exciting opportunity for a collaborative, pragmatic and innovative legal partner to join our team. Do you enjoy a varied and diverse role, providing legal advice and guidance on a range of topics? Are you ready for the next step in your career? At Damovo, there are always opportunities to get involved in interesting new projects – giving you the opportunity to be both strategic and creative. We will empower you to fulfil your ambitions, offering you diverse and exciting prospects across the Damovo Group and our wider portfolio of companies.

Key Responsibilities
  • Provide legal advice at a senior level on corporate law and corporate governance.
  • Participate in the development of business strategy and work with senior stakeholders to provide legal guidance.
  • Oversee all aspects of legal entity compliance for current and future entities as required, including the incorporation of new entities.
  • Perform legal reviews of Group contracts, including client and supplier contracts - drafting, assessing, evaluating, negotiating, and mitigating risk from a legal perspective.
  • Drive the continuous improvement of standard agreements and legal processes.
  • Manage any court proceedings and litigation.
  • Manage external counsel relationships.
  • Support the business strategy and risk management including but not limited to:
    • M&A work, including legal due diligence.
    • Management of Group Intellectual property.
    • Management of Directors & Officers liability insurance.
    • Banking and financial documentation.
  • Interact with counterparts from our Private Equity parent company’s legal team.
Experience / Skills Required
  • A current practising certificate entitling you to practice as a Solicitor in any of Ireland, Northern Ireland, England, Wales or Scotland.
  • Previous exposure to contracts or working arrangements governed by the law of any of the UK or Irish jurisdictions and any of the larger US states.
  • Minimum 5 years PQE, with that experience being gained in an international business and/or in private practice (previous in-house experience may be beneficial).
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and strong ability to build effective working relationships - a team player, with the ability quickly to earn the trust of colleagues.
  • Demonstrated ability to identify and evaluate risk.
  • Strong legal mindset, with an ability to identify important contractual issues and explain them succinctly and in a non-legal manner.
  • A hunger to execute and deliver optimal results for the business, as well as flourish in a dynamic, high-growth, entrepreneurial environment.
  • The ability to effectively influence and advise at all levels within the organisation.
  • Ability to independently research legal issues and make decisions based on accurate analysis.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong attention to detail.
  • The ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.
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Associate Manager, Legal Policy - Trust & Safety

Twitter

Dublin
10 days ago
Dublin
10 days ago
Company Description

In Twitter’s Trust & Safety (T&S) department, we work to safeguard user expression and privacy in balance with manageable risk through policy enforcement that promotes trust in Twitter. Areas of focus include privacy and intellectual property rights, government and law enforcement requests, advertising policies, and safety advocacy.

Job Description

What You’ll Do:

Twitter Trust & Safety seeks an experienced, team-focused people manager to join our Legal Policy team in Dublin. You will report to the Global Information Request or Global Withholding Request Manager and focus on legal requests from around the world.

  • You will actively and diligently strengthen your team through purposeful hiring and implementing comprehensive employee development plans. Your team is responsible for processing sensitive legal requests from start to finish, including document intake, processing, and follow-up.

  • You will work closely with Legal Policy management and other team members distributed across the world to continuously iterate on relevant policies and workflows, and collaborate on related strategies with our in-house counsel and public policy teams. In addition, you will create and improve processes and documentation, conduct quality assurance, contribute to broader Trust & Safety initiatives, and coordinate communications across the team and with other internal partners across the company.

  • You should be comfortable in a fast-paced environment, able to delegate effectively, remain calm, focused and communicative in high-pressure situations, and encourage great work from your team. You will be able to assess current and future team needs in a dynamic legal and regulatory environment, all with an eye toward protecting our users and promoting transparency. Familiarity with developing policies for handling legal content issues, as well as scaling operations and working with distributed teams is required and comfort with, and enjoyment of, electronic communications is critical.

 

Qualifications

Responsibilities:

  • Continuously evaluate and propose improvements for existing operations, frameworks, policies, and processes; effectively delegate tasks and see projects through to completion

  • Motivate your team to efficiently and accurately produce quality work product; actively recognize team needs, anticipate issues, and propose viable solutions; ensure compliance with SLAs and established procedures

  • Facilitate important development opportunities and strategic direction for team

  • Oversee investigation, logging, handling, follow-up, and documentation for handling for information requests in conjunction with the regional lead

  • Maintain open, detailed, and regular communication with all internal teams; communicate clear and objective explanations of process and policy internally

  • Participate in quality assurance and quality control processes for the global team

  • Prioritize and coordinate team’s handling of critical issues, working cross-functionally as needed

  • Provide on-call support in team-wide Emergency Disclosure Requests rotation, and making proactive referrals

Strongly Preferred Qualifications:

  • 3-5 years in a similar role at a tech company

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience

  • Multilingual

NOTE:

Please note that this role requires partial weekend coverage (Saturday or Sunday).

Telecommuting is not an option; this is a full-time role in Dublin. Please be sure to specify all languages and level of fluency in your application/resume.

We are committed to an inclusive and diverse Twitter. Twitter is an equal opportunity employer.We do not discriminate based on race, colour, ethnicity, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status or any legally protected status.
You may be exposed to sensitive or graphic content, including but not limited to, vulgar language, violent threats, pornography and other graphic images.

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Legal Counsel

Cook Group

Limerick
30+ days ago
Limerick
30+ days ago

Overview

Maintaining our standards of integrity, and fair and ethical practices with our external partners is at the core of our values as Cook Medical. Continuing in that tradition, a new global functional area of support has been created within Cook Medical: Governance, Contracts & Audits (GCA).

 

Formerly housed within our Distribution Channel Management operational unit, GCA will continue its responsibility for the contractual, governance, and auditing functions for our third party distributors. Additionally, the scope of GCA is expanding to include governance and contracts with healthcare providers and medical events globally.

 

Subsequently, we now have an exciting global opportunity available for an additional Legal Counsel within this new function. This new role will assume responsibility for Cook Medical’s legal arrangements globally in respect of medical education and interaction with Health Care Professionals (HCPs) provided for and on behalf of Cook Medical, managing a global team tasked with completing due diligence, drafting and negotiating agreements, as well as making all necessary associated filings for the appointment of HCPs.

 

Reporting to:    Director, Senior Legal Counsel, GCA

 

Responsibilities

  • Manage and mentor a global team of Governance, Contracts and Audit Managers who have responsibility for completing due diligence, drafting and negotiating agreements, as well as making all necessary associated filings for the appointment of healthcare professionals (HCPs) who will provide medical education for and on behalf of Cook Medical.
  • Ensure resources and expertise are assigned to meet GCA and company goals and objectives
  • Develop internal governance procedures for the selection, qualification and management of HCPs
  • Oversee a diverse portfolio of existing contracts, allocating the necessary expertise and advice to the GCA Manager team as appropriate.
  • Draft, review and negotiate commercial contracts as needed
  • Provide accurate and practical legal advice to team members and external partners as appropriate
  • Ensure legal compliance and limit risk exposure in the area of medical education and HCP interaction for Cook Medical.
  • Promote a team culture which is respectful and supportive of individual differences as well as fosters accountability.

Qualifications

  • Formal legal qualification and qualified to practice law in Ireland, UK or USA.
  • Minimum of 7 years relevant experience in private practice or in-house counsel.
  • Demonstrable experience in negotiating and drafting complex commercial agreements, primarily in English, although additional language skills would be advantageous.
  • Clear understanding of regulatory environment and legal frameworks within the medical device industry, in addition to all applicable ethics and compliance standards.
  • Proven track record of managing teams and associated workloads, with the ability to prioritise and deal with multiple issues.
  • Proactive and highly motivated with strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work both collaboratively and independently with minimal supervision
  • Flexible and adaptable in a changing environment
  • Willingness & availability to travel on company business

 

About Cook Medical

Since 1963, Cook Medical has been finding solutions to improve the world’s healthcare problems for the patients and doctors we serve. As one of the world’s largest private companies, we have always operated with our patients, customers, employees and communities at our core. We do this, not only because it is good business, but also because we believe that being a good corporate citizen is the right thing to do.

 

Cook Medical has been in Limerick since 1993. Since opening, we have become a European headquarters for many of Cook’s business functions.

With a global workforce of 12,000, we employ over 850 people in Ireland who bring Endoscopy, Urology and Peripheral Intervention products from conception to commercialisation.

 

Our employee benefits include:

  • Life Assurance and Income Protection cover
  • Educational Assistance
  • Company sponsored Defined Contribution pension scheme
  • Medical Health Insurance cover for you and your immediate family
  • Extensive health & wellness program including Indian head massages, healthy lifestyle seminars, mindfulness courses, physio sessions, flu vaccinations, nutrition talks
  • Fully equipped gym on site
  • 39-hour week with flexible start & finish times
  • Paid time off to participate in volunteer activities
  • Free parking
  • Subsidised restaurant
  • Sports & Social club

 

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Legal Counsel

Cook Group

Limerick
30+ days ago
Limerick
30+ days ago

Maintaining our standards of integrity, and fair and ethical practices with our external partners is at the core of our values as Cook Medical. Continuing in that tradition, a new global functional area of support has been created within Cook Medical: Governance, Contracts & Audits (GCA).

 

Formerly housed within our Distribution Channel Management operational unit, GCA will continue its responsibility for the contractual, governance, and auditing functions for our third party distributors. Additionally, the scope of GCA is expanding to include governance and contracts with healthcare providers and medical events globally.

 

Subsequently, we now have an exciting global opportunity available for an additional Legal Counsel within this new function. This new role will assume responsibility for Cook Medical’s legal arrangements globally in respect of medical education and interaction with Health Care Professionals (HCPs) provided for and on behalf of Cook Medical, managing a global team tasked with completing due diligence, drafting and negotiating agreements, as well as making all necessary associated filings for the appointment of HCPs.

 

Reporting to:    Director, Senior Legal Counsel, GCA

 


  • Manage and mentor a global team of Governance, Contracts and Audit Managers who have responsibility for completing due diligence, drafting and negotiating agreements, as well as making all necessary associated filings for the appointment of healthcare professionals (HCPs) who will provide medical education for and on behalf of Cook Medical.
  • Ensure resources and expertise are assigned to meet GCA and company goals and objectives
  • Develop internal governance procedures for the selection, qualification and management of HCPs
  • Oversee a diverse portfolio of existing contracts, allocating the necessary expertise and advice to the GCA Manager team as appropriate.
  • Draft, review and negotiate commercial contracts as needed
  • Provide accurate and practical legal advice to team members and external partners as appropriate
  • Ensure legal compliance and limit risk exposure in the area of medical education and HCP interaction for Cook Medical.
  • Promote a team culture which is respectful and supportive of individual differences as well as fosters accountability.

  • Formal legal qualification and qualified to practice law in Ireland, UK or USA.
  • Minimum of 7 years relevant experience in private practice or in-house counsel.
  • Demonstrable experience in negotiating and drafting complex commercial agreements, primarily in English, although additional language skills would be advantageous.
  • Clear understanding of regulatory environment and legal frameworks within the medical device industry, in addition to all applicable ethics and compliance standards.
  • Proven track record of managing teams and associated workloads, with the ability to prioritise and deal with multiple issues.
  • Proactive and highly motivated with strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work both collaboratively and independently with minimal supervision
  • Flexible and adaptable in a changing environment
  • Willingness & availability to travel on company business

 

About Cook Medical

Since 1963, Cook Medical has been finding solutions to improve the world’s healthcare problems for the patients and doctors we serve. As one of the world’s largest private companies, we have always operated with our patients, customers, employees and communities at our core. We do this, not only because it is good business, but also because we believe that being a good corporate citizen is the right thing to do.

 

Cook Medical has been in Limerick since 1993. Since opening, we have become a European headquarters for many of Cook’s business functions.

With a global workforce of 12,000, we employ over 850 people in Ireland who bring Endoscopy, Urology and Peripheral Intervention products from conception to commercialisation.

 

Our employee benefits include:

  • Life Assurance and Income Protection cover
  • Educational Assistance
  • Company sponsored Defined Contribution pension scheme
  • Medical Health Insurance cover for you and your immediate family
  • Extensive health & wellness program including Indian head massages, healthy lifestyle seminars, mindfulness courses, physio sessions, flu vaccinations, nutrition talks
  • Fully equipped gym on site
  • 39-hour week with flexible start & finish times
  • Paid time off to participate in volunteer activities
  • Free parking
  • Subsidised restaurant
  • Sports & Social club

 

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

4 days ago

Description

Tomkins is recruiting fully qualified European Patent Attorneys to expand their established patent team. Tomkins offers the chance to join the trusted European IP partner for the world’s biggest technology companies and best-known brands, a firm consistently ranked as no. 1 for patent prosecution in Ireland. 

Our top tier Engineering team are looking for a newly-qualified to 3 years PQE European and/or UK Patent Attorney with an Electronics / Electrical Engineering / Physics degree and solid patent prosecution experience, ideally in private practice. The ideal candidate will have specialised in the telecommunications field and thrive in a high performing yet engaging environment. The role offers a very high proportion of direct client work across various high tech disciplines from both local and international clients. 

Our award-winning Life Sciences team are also expanding and looking for a fully-qualified European Patent Attorney with 3 years+ PQE and a Biotechnology / Microbiology / Immunology / Biochemistry / Genetics background. The ideal candidate will have considerable experience in patent prosecution, opposition and appeal, and will demonstrate a strong drive for business development. The role offers the opportunity to work on an enviable and diverse existing client portfolio from various research institutions, pharmaceutical leaders, and an established network of International associates, while growing/expanding one’s own portfolio. 

Both opportunities are in our head office in Dublin, however, successful candidates may combine remote and office-based work. 

For further information, please contact Ms. Lynn McManus (HR Manager). Applications in writing please with your Curriculum Vitae before Friday, 26  March 2021

Think Intellectual Property. Think Tomkins.