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Location : Michigan - Troy
Refer to Job # RUUQ822418
Trademark Paralegal Duties: Correspond with foreign associates regarding searching, filing, maintaining, and enforcing trademarks of our clients. Search trademark registrations in USPTO and various foreign trademark offices. Conduct research to gather and store information regarding the use of trademarks for enforcement and maintenance. Review and revise affidavits/declarations/oppositions to ensure accuracy and completeness of client information. Prepare, file, and monitor trademark applications. Draft responses to office actions. Draft oppositions to applications for conflicting trademarks. Draft affidavits of use and file with the USPTO. Draft renewal applications. Prepare and/or obtain documents for legalization. Review and organize files, reviewing docket for deadlines. Assist with copyright filings. Assist with preparing trademark-related agreements.
Requirements: Must have a college degree, paralegal certificate, or relevant work experience. 2+ years of trademark experience preferred. Proficiency with the USPTO's online tools, including Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS) and online tools of the Assignment Branch and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) preferred. Domestic and foreign filing experience preferred. General knowledge of intellectual property filing and prosecution rules/regulations is required. Experience with Anaqua docketing system preferred. High attention to detail and accuracy of work. Superior verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to work professionally and confidentially with a variety of personalities from all levels of an organization. Proven organizational and multi-tasking skills. Independent, action-oriented thinker who will successfully undertake and complete projects and major tasks with limited supervision and work with other practice assistants as a team. Strong work ethic and commitment to excellence and professionalism. Communicate effectively and professionally (verbal and written). Must be dependable and hardworking team player. Ability to prioritize work.
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