G2 Legal are currently looking for a motivated Patent Paralegal to join a highly ranked IP firm based in the heart of London. The firm in question prides itself on delivering exceptional legal services, they also provide comprehensive IP solutions to clients across diverse industries and boast a highly skilled team of professionals that work together to protect and enforce valuable intellectual assets. As a paralegal within this team, you will primarily be providing support with patent prosecution matters, assisting attorney’s in managing the patent application process and ensuring efficient workflow. This role is a perfect fit for someone with previous Paralegal experience and is looking to further develop their career within Intellectual Property.
- Assist in managing patent prosecution matters, including coordinating, and tracking the patent application process from filing to grant.
- Prepare and file patent applications with the relevant patent offices, ensuring accuracy and compliance with procedural requirements.
- Conduct legal research and analysis to support patent prosecution activities.
- Prepare and file response documents to official patent office actions, working closely with attorneys to ensure timely and comprehensive responses.
- Manage and maintain patent-related documentation and databases, ensuring accuracy and organization.
- Communicate with patent offices, clients, and colleagues to facilitate the prosecution process and provide regular updates on case progress.
- Assist in preparing legal documents, correspondence, and reports related to patent prosecution.
- Conduct patent searches and analysis, including prior art searches and patent landscape assessments.
- Prior experience working as a Patent Paralegal.
- Strong understanding of patent prosecution processes and procedures.
- Knowledge of patent laws and regulations, including familiarity with relevant patent office guidelines.
- Excellent organizational and time management skills, with the ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
- Attention to detail and accuracy in handling complex legal documents.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- A proactive and collaborative approach, with the ability to work effectively as part of a team.
- A CIPA qualification would be advantageous.