Fisch Sigler is Seeking an Attorney for its Washington, DC Office

Fisch Sigler LLP is adding to its ranks of superstar attorneys! If you have an interest in working together, we’d enjoy the opportunity to connect.

Fisch Sigler seeks women and men with high IQs and EQs.  They encourage their attorneys to focus on what makes them stars—whether that’s writing, oral advocacy, discovery, or something else. And opportunities abound for those seeking responsibility and to have their ideas heard. So, if you want to work in a dynamic environment with mutually supportive teammates to achieve results that exceed expectations, Fisch Sigler is the place for you.

Law360 has selected Fisch Sigler as one of “10 Boutiques Giving Big Firms a Run For Their Money.” U.S. News and World Report has honored Fisch Sigler with its top ranking (first tier) for patent litigation firms. And IAM Patent 1000 has called Fisch Sigler “supremely good at what it does: high stakes trials on either side of the docket.”

This is a full-timepermanent position in Washington, DC.

Interested Candidates:

If you’re a practicing attorney with at least two years of experience who’s interested in joining our team, please email us your resume, your best writing sample, and any other supporting documents that you’d like the firm to consider.

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Duties Include:

Opportunities abound at our firm for attorneys wanting responsibility, speaking roles, client interaction, and to have their ideas heard. We believe that winning demands use of the best idea, no matter where that idea originates.

Qualifications Required:

J.D. from a top law school; 2+ years experience; Superior oral and/or written advocacy skills; Interest in high stakes patent litigation; Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills; Desire to grow and learn continuously as an attorney.

About Fisch Sigler LLP:

At Fisch Sigler LLP we pride ourselves on trying cases to a jury, not just litigating them. From the outset, we prepare cases as if they are going to be tried to a jury. This preparation from day one has led to our success both before and at trial. We have won trials in jurisdictions where others fear having their cases tried to a jury. We have won jury trials where it is necessary to explain highly complex facts that appear technically inaccessible to a lay jury. We have won jury trials where the opposing party enjoys strong popular support. We have won jury trials where we are the last remaining defendant in a multi-defendant case. We have won jury trials as David versus Goliath. We have won jury trials where the very survival of our client is at stake. Our confidence is born from our results. Our team’s signature victories include four different patent infringement defense jury trial victories in Marshall, Texas. Members of our team have enjoyed jury trial success on the plaintiff’s side of cases as well. This includes a jury trial victory against Samsung Electronics in the Eastern District of Texas with a full trebling of damages for willful infringement. This also includes a trial win over Microsoft in the Eastern District of Virginia, which was that year’s eighth largest federal court trial win in any case. Our team has achieved the same success at the appellate level, as well. This includes a string of victories at the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Our track record before that court is a result of our collaborative briefing approach and communication philosophies, which ensure that we maximize the word and time limits allotted by the court. Our appellate work includes not only cases we have litigated at trial, but also cases in which clients have engaged us after other counsel handled the lower court proceedings. Many litigate intellectual property cases, but only an elite few try them to a jury. We are part of that elite few.

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