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Brand Protection Lawyer job description

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Job Summary

To ensure the optimum protection and enforcement of company Intellectual Property and Brands throughout the world.  To clear and register trade marks and domain names and to protect those brands against infringements.

Main responsibilities-Brand Protection Lawyer job description

Identification of illegal product, investigating targets, and the implementing of suitable territory/country enforcement programmes within budgetary constraints.

 

Arranging for the provision of necessary documentary support for actions, including Powers of Attorney and Witness statements.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities- brand Protection Lawyer job description

A qualified lawyer or trade mark agent with a minimum 1-3 years PQE gained in private practice or in-house.

 

Experience of clearing names for use and registration as trade marks

 

Experience of IP enforcement and in managing litigation

 

Understanding of the criminal and civil law relating to IP

 

Knowledge of enforcement organisations and bodies, and their procedures

 

A knowledge of online piracy issues and familiarity with the technology would be beneficial

 

Good research and assessment skills

Good communication skills, both written and verbal

 

Good commercial experience

Ability to work as part of a team

Political awareness and ability to manage stakeholders’ differing commercial objectives

 

 

 

Brand Protection Lawyer job description

Developing and implementing an IPR protection strategy for the key brands of the business, by working closely with the business areas to understand their business strategy.

 

Advising the business on IP issues, including registrability of trade marks and existence of conflicting rights, and assisting them in assessing risk.

Co-ordinating the clearance and registration of trade marks, designs and domain names across the company to ensure the efficient and cost-effective protection of IPR.

 

Liasing with the business areas in order to deal with specification issues, gather evidence in support of trade mark applications and oppositions, and to determine renewal requirements.

Liaising with the business areas to determine domain name registration requirements on the launch of new urls.  Advising businesses of the procedure and cost, and gathering necessary evidence to support sunrise and landrush applications.

 Policing infringements of IPR and co-ordinating appropriate legal action in conjunction with Legal and other members of the  Legal & Business Affairs team.  Increasingly, this includes online infringements, including offering downloads, and peer to peer activity.

 

Appointing legal counsel, local lawyers, investigators and working with local government agencies to conduct IPR enforcement action.