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Title : Intellectual Property Litigation Paralegal

Location : Texas - Dallas
Refer to Job # ZBSF829337

Intellectual Property Litigation Paralegal Duties: Manage and maintain a current and complete client/matter file. Analyze and report on metrics regarding parties, Courts, Judges, motions outcomes, and litigation milestones. Prepare discovery requests and responses, subpoenas, deposition notices, cover motions, declarations, proposed orders, exhibit appendices, and correspondence. Assist with document collection processes and oversee document production. E-file documents in various courts, including but not limited to Texas Federal and State Courts, Patent and Trademark Appeal Board, International Trade Commission, and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Perform factual and legal cite-checking of motions and briefs utilizing the Blue Book and other key cite-checking authorities. Assemble shell drafts of patent disclosures, including but not limited to Proposed Claim Terms & Constructions, Infringement Contentions, Invalidity Contentions, and Claim Construction briefs. Assist with drafting and filing of Inter Partes Review (IPR) and related papers. Prepare materials for and assist attorneys with court proceedings including, hearings, depositions, arbitration, Markman hearings, and trial. Coordinate with external vendors to source competitive bids. Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree is desired. A paralegal certificate from an ABA-accredited program is a plus. Must have 6+ years of experience in a large law firm environment, preferably within an intellectual property litigation practice. Commensurate work experience is a plus. Understanding of the litigation life cycle and the timeline of patent disclosures. Familiar with procedural rules including, Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, related Local Rules, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, USPTO Rules, and Patent Local Rules. Engaged with current litigation events, cases, decisions, and updates to rules. Experience using Microsoft productivity tools (Intermediate/Advanced): Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word. Proficient with software including but not limited to document management software/iManage, TextMap, Relativity, Lex Machina, Docket Navigator, Westlaw, Lexis, USPTO research tools, ITC EDIS Online, PacerPro, Sanction, and Trial Director. Ability to proofread materials for contextual, grammatical, typographical, or spelling errors. Ability to work effectively with a wide range of individuals. Ability to organize and prioritize numerous tasks so as to perform essential duties of the position under time constraints and with frequent interruptions. Ability to proofread materials for contextual, grammatical, typographical or spelling errors. Ability to work well in high-pressure environments. Ability to operate standard office equipment such as computers, photocopiers, and fax. Must have strong organizational, decision-making skills and problem-solving skills. Must be reliable and a self-starter.

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