Lowenstein & Weatherwax is Seeking a Midlevel Associate

Lowenstein & Weatherwax is seeking an associate to work on IPRs and Federal Circuit appeals.

Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP, one of the leading IPR firms in the country representing patent owners, is seeking an associate with 2-5 years of experience to work on IPRs and Federal Circuit appeals.  This is a full-time, permanent position in Los Angeles, CA.

Lowenstein & Weatherwax has litigated nearly 300 IPRs and/or CBMs and over 40 Federal Circuit appeals predominantly against many of the largest companies in the world and has achieved a strong record of success.

Duties Include:

  • Case assessment,
  • Developing arguments,
  • Drafting briefs,
  • Taking and defending depositions,
  • Presenting arguments.

Qualifications:

  • Strong performance from a good law school (required),
  • Significant experience in IPR and/or patent litigation at a top law firm (required),
  • Technical degree (preferred),
  • Patent bar (preferred).

Interested Candidates:

Interested candidates are asked to submit their resumes and transcripts via email to the Managing Partner, Nathan Lowenstein.

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About Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP:

Since forming 10 years ago, highlights of Lowenstein & Weatherwax’s practice include being identified as the top performing IPR firm in the country for the period 2013-2018 by an independent third party, representing parties in nearly 300 IPR and CBM cases before the USPTO’s Patent Trial and Appeals Board, litigating over 40 matters in the Federal Circuit, obtaining a grant of certiorari and arguing for the petitioner in a case before the United States Supreme Court, and litigating numerous patent litigations.

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