DLA Piper IP Docketing Coordinator in Chicago, Illinois
DLA Piper LLP (US) is a leading global business law firm. We are committed to attracting, developing, and retaining the best people across our practice and business service groups. We are looking for collaborative, results oriented people who enjoy working in a fast paced environment and have exceptional problem solving skills.
If you are a highly talented IP Docketing Coordinator, we want to hear from you! The ideal candidate will have strong communication and interpersonal skills, organizational skills and have a high level of attention to detail.
This position is located in the Chicago office. Standard hours will span a standard business day and be determined upon hire.
5 years’ Trademark experience
2 years’ experience with a computerized docketing system
Proficient in MS Word and Excel
Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of USPTO and foreign rules
Bachelor’s degree in business
Prior supervisory experience
Experience with CPI
What will your day look like?
Your typical day will be spent ensuring that our dockets are accurate, up to date and deadlines are met. For example, you will be responsible for monitoring changes in USPTO and foreign intellectual property law, maintaining and monitoring trademark and general matter deadlines, and keeping attorneys and paralegals informed at all times.
You will partner with the Accounting team in transferring and wiring funds, maintaining deposit accounts, and ensuring accounts have sufficient funds to conduct transaction.
We offer exceptional career opportunities in an environment that is challenging, rewarding, and, we believe, truly different from our competitors. Our employees enjoy a competitive benefits package and a dynamic and diverse environment in which they can build a long and fruitful career and reap the rewards of their success.
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