[Jobs CA & DC] In-House Positions at Dreamworks, Verizon, Spike

I haven’t forgotten about those coveted in-house job listings.  In fact, today I made sure to hit a few with logos that you’d recognize.

Dreamworks – Head of Litigation

Responsible for all Litigation and Technology Licensing matters for DreamWorks Animation to ensure maximum protection of the organization. – Oversee all Litigation matters for the studio working with in-house staff as well as outside counsel. – Consult with DreamWorks Technology leadership and strategic technology partners regarding legal/contractual matters. – Responsible for negotiating technology licensing deals, patents and intellectual property. – Oversee intellectual property, anti-trust, and patent infringement claims. – Involved in strategic production initiatives on an as needed basis.

Qualifications

- Minimum of 5 years experience in Litigation AND Technology Licensing – Experience negotiating technology licensing deals, patents and IP. – Entertainment and copyright experience a plus. Member of California Bar Association and JD from accredited law school. – Strong negotiating, writing and communication skills. – Experience managing staff. – Sense of urgency and responsiveness. – Limited travel.

(See also: this post on LinkedIn)

Verizon Wireless – Regulatory Counsel

Verizon Wireless is seeking a talented attorney to join its Regulatory Law Group within the Legal and External Affairs Department office in Washington, D.C as a counsel. This is a senior position that will represent the Company in federal and state courts, as well as in proceedings before the Federal Communications Commission, state public utility commissions, and other agencies. This person will also draft and review applications for licenses and other authorizations, pleadings and other documents, and assist internal clients in complying with numerous federal and state regulatory requirements. This position will report to the Deputy General Counsel for Regulatory Law.

(Can we say Android?)

Spike TV – Vice President for the Spike TV Business & Legal Affairs department working on Spike TV original programming transactions concentrating on animation, scripted and alternative development and production matters.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Multi-task to cover a high volume of deals and work independently.
  • Structure, negotiate and expeditiously close transactions with minimal supervision is an absolute requirement.
  • Structure, draft and negotiate production service agreements, executive producer agreements, co-production agreements, writer agreements, television network license agreements, right acquisition agreements, talent agreements and other types of development and production agreements.
  • Develop and supervise creation of deal structures, parameters and documentation templates and forms.
  • Advise and counsel the client groups on a variety of complex business and legal matters.
  • Liaison with a broad range of MTV Networks departments (Production Management, Labor & Employment, Risk Management, Litigation, Online, Music & Media Licensing and Pre-Broadcast Review) to implement production legal policies and procedures.
  • Liaison with a broad range of Spike TV departments (Ad Sales, Marketing and Promotion, Talent and Special Events, Programming and Spike Digital Entertainment) regarding the exploitation of Spike TV programming.
  • Supervise and assist in rights analysis for Spike TV programming, including underlying ownership issues, participant payments and guild residuals.
  • Maintain relationships with key managers, agencies and attorneys in the entertainment community.

We have some big plans for 2010 including the launch of our new job board. The goal is to move our job listings series¹ over there.

Right now, we’re reaching out to legal employers and asking them to join our Beta team. (In less nerdy terms, a team of brave trailblazers who are willing to post their legal positions on our job board. Basically, they post for free during our launch, receive discounts for all eternity, and are pampered with praise and adulation.)

Until we’re ready to fully transition over to the job board, we’ll continue to post jobs that we find here. Hey, we may as well get the firm’s attention, right? Show ‘em the awesome caliber of our readers. :-)

Also, to help keep you updated, we’ll push all job notifications to @RecruiterEsq (a newish account that’s now reserved for site announcements) as well as my personal account @mjsq.

¹ About the (old) job listings series: This series features job posts from around the web.

In this series, RecruiterEsq posts directly to the link where the job was found. In addition, RecruiterEsq posts pertinent information here for readers to assess interest.

Please do not apply to jobs directly through RecruiterEsq.

Please e-mail melissa@recruiteresq.com if you would like to post a relevant job in the legal industry and/or would like a job that is posted here to be removed. Thank you.

[Jobs DE, DC, GA, CA] Law Firm Associate and Partner Listings

There’s nothing quite like getting sick when you’re working for yourself. When you can’t get out of bed, well, that’s it. Nothing gets out of bed.

For the lack of recent posts, here are quite a few jobs from around the web.

Morris James

Patent Litigation Attorney – Wilmington, DE – Morris James LLP is seeking lateral partners to grow its Intellectual Property Practice Group.

Corporate Litigation Attorney – Wilmington, DE – Morris James LLP is seeking lateral partners to grow its Corporate/Commercial Practice Group.

Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman

Patent Prosecution Attorney or Patent Agent - Silicon Valley (Sunnyvale)An experienced mid-level associate or agent with at least 3.5 years, but no more than 5 years of experience in patent prosecution.  A degree in computer science and industry experience as a software engineer is preferred.  Qualified candidates must have excellent academic credentials, superb communication and writing skills, and be admitted to the USPTO

Eckert Seamans

Litigation Associate – Washington, DC – Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC is a national full-service law firm, with multiple offices located throughout the Eastern United States.  The Washington, D.C. office of the firm is seeking an associate with 1 to 3 years of litigation experience.  D.C., VA and/or MD bar admission is required.

Christie Parker & Hale

Electrical Patent Prosecution Associate or Patent Agent – California — Degree in Electrical Engineering, registered to practice with the PTO, and two to five years patent prosecution experience is required. Experience with telecommunications, signal processing, video, television, digital electronics, database technology, and user interfaces. Will prepare and prosecute patent applications, draft opinions, and conduct due diligence investigations.

Biotech Partner – California Degree in Biology, Chemistry or similar field. Experience in biotech patent prosecution and counseling, and portable business required. An advanced degree is preferred for this position.

Keller Heckman

FDA Associate – Washington, DC -  Qualified associate needed to assist on food, food additive, drug and device matters. Experience with FDA rulemaking and regulatory proceedings, or those of other federal agencies (such as EPA, CPSC and FTC) strongly preferred. Strong academic credentials, excellent analytical, writing and interpersonal skills, and the ability to assume immediate responsibility are required. Ability to relate well with a variety of people is important.

Dennis, Corry, Porter, & Smith

Mid-Level Associate – Atlanta, GA – We have an opening for mid-level associate with 4-6 years litigation experience.  Insurance defense experience is required.  Personal injury defense experience is preferred.

We have some big plans for 2010 including the launch of our new job board. The goal is to move our job listings series¹ over there.

Right now, we’re reaching out to legal employers and asking them to join our Beta team. (In less nerdy terms, a team of brave trailblazers who are willing to post their legal positions on our job board. Basically, they post for free during our launch, receive discounts for all eternity, and are pampered with praise and adulation.)

Until we’re ready to fully transition over to the job board, we’ll continue to post jobs that we find here. Hey, we may as well get the firm’s attention, right? Show ‘em the awesome caliber of our readers. :-)

Also, to help keep you updated, we’ll push all job notifications to @RecruiterEsq (a newish account that’s now reserved for site announcements) as well as my personal account @mjsq.

¹ About the (old) job listings series: This series features job posts from around the web.

In this series, RecruiterEsq posts directly to the link where the job was found. In addition, RecruiterEsq posts pertinent information here for readers to assess interest.

Please do not apply to jobs directly through RecruiterEsq.

Please e-mail melissa@recruiteresq.com if you would like to post a relevant job in the legal industry and/or would like a job that is posted here to be removed. Thank you.

[CA, CO, DC, IL, MA, NY Jobs] Law Firm Assoc and Partner Listings

Whoa. Can someone please translate my post from yesterday for me? More evidence of why one must always proofread.

And now, the daily job postings:

Here are a few job listings:

Fitch Even

Patent Attorneys – Washington, DC, Chicago, IL, Boulder, CO, & San Diego, CA

Washington, DC

* Experienced patent prosecution attorneys

Chicago, IL

* Experienced patent prosecution attorneys, particularly in the technical fields of electrical engineering, computer science, mechanical engineering and chemical engineering and/or chemistry

Boulder, CO

* Experienced patent attorneys

San Diego, CA

* Experienced patent prosecution attorneys and patent agents in electrical engineering

Ropers, Majeski, Kohn & Bentley

Litigation Associate – San Jose, CA

Two to three years of experience in:

* General litigation.

Meckler Bulger Tilson Marick & Pearson

IP Attorney – Chicago, IL

The Chicago office is actively seeking senior level candidates with portable business in all technological areas and trademarks.

IP Litigator – Washington, D.C.

The Washington, DC office is actively seeking senior level candidates with portable business in all technological areas and trademarks.

IP Attorney – Boston, MA

The Boston office is seeking senior level candidates with portable business in all technological areas.

Check in tomorrow for a few more!

We have some big plans for 2010 including the launch of our new job board. The goal is to move our job listings series¹ over there.

Right now, we’re reaching out to legal employers and asking them to join our Beta team. (In less nerdy terms, a team of brave trailblazers who are willing to post their legal positions on our job board. Basically, they post for free during our launch, receive discounts for all eternity, and are pampered with praise and adulation.)

Until we’re ready to fully transition over to the job board, we’ll continue to post jobs that we find here. Hey, we may as well get the firm’s attention, right? Show ‘em the awesome caliber of our readers. :-)

Also, to help keep you updated, we’ll push all job notifications to @RecruiterEsq (a newish account that’s now reserved for site announcements) as well as my personal account @mjsq.

¹ About the (old) job listings series: This series features job posts from around the web.

In this series, RecruiterEsq posts directly to the link where the job was found. In addition, RecruiterEsq posts pertinent information here for readers to assess interest.

Please do not apply to jobs directly through RecruiterEsq.

Please e-mail melissa@recruiteresq.com if you would like to post a relevant job in the legal industry and/or would like a job that is posted here to be removed. Thank you.

[NY, Chicago, DC, OR Jobs] Law Firm Associate Listings

Hey folks! Happy New Year!

As you may have heard, we have some big plans for 2010 including the launch of our new job board. The goal is to move our job listings column over there.

As we reach out to law firms about posting joining our team of Beta employers during our launch (read: beta employers get to post jobs for free during beta program and receive lifetime discounts), we’re finding a bunch of jobs. In the next few weeks, we’ll try to list three or four new positions each day. You’ll also be able to search for positions by using the search function and/or the links to the word-index at the bottom of each post.

Here are a few job listings:

Cullen & Dykman

Litigation Associate (Insurance) – Brooklyn Heights, NY

Requirements:   Individual must have a minimum of one to three years experience for busy tort and insurance defense practice. The position will be located in our Brooklyn Heights office.  NY Bar required. The right candidate must possess excellent academic credentials, have excellent writing, research and communications skills and should expect immediate client contact and assumption of responsibilities.  Candidate must be a self-starter, detailed oriented, and a team player.

Garvey Schubert Barer

Environmental Associate, Washington, D.C.

Garvey Schubert Barer is seeking an associate attorney to join the Environmental Group in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office. The ideal candidate has a minimum of two years of experience in environmental law with in-depth exposure to a diversified cross-section of federal and state environmental laws and regulations; experience in Clean Air Act, climate change and solid waste management; and CERCLA and RCRA experience. Environmental litigation experience is a plus.

Litigation Associate, Portland, OR

Position offers opportunity for challenging work in a collegial environment. The ideal candidate will have two to three years of business litigation experience and current Oregon State Bar membership. Applicants must have outstanding writing and analytical skills, top academic credentials and a commitment to excellence.

Meckler Bulger Tilson Marick & Pearson

Labor & Employment Associate – Chicago, IL

Mid-size Chicago law firm seeks an associate attorney to join its national labor and employment law practice representing some of the largest public and private employers. Qualified candidates will have handled a wide array of legal assignments and will have litigation experience, including conducting discovery and successful motion practice. Ideal candidates should have between 2 and 5 years of labor and employment experience in handling cases before federal and state courts and administrative agencies, will have advised clients on labor and employment law issues and will have demonstrated excellence in writing.

Check in tomorrow for a few more!

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[Jobs] Fed Govt Openings in DC & TX

A few years ago, you may have heard “government jobs” and thought “stability.” When you hear “government jobs” today, you should think “available.”

Whether its the change in the executive or legislative branches or the missteps of the private sector, we are in a climate of government expansion. The hot practice areas at firms are even hotter in the government.

Here are a few of the positions posted lately on USAJOBS, the official job board of the federal government:

Department of EnergyAttorney-Adviser
Excerpt: Provide legal support, advice and counsel to the Principal Offices and Assistant Secretaries for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy on matters concerning DOE energy efficiency and renewable energy programs and activities, focused in particular on the Office of Weatherization and Intergovernmental Programs. Legal support, advice and counsel will involve programmatic issues, proposed and final rulemakings and other regulatory oversight matters.
Salary: 60,989.00 – 153,200.00 USD /year
Location: Washington, DC
Comment: How come I never knew there was an Office of Weatherization?

Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationRegional Attorney/Senior Attorney
Excerpt: Incumbent performs or oversees a wide range of litigation, transactional and bankruptcy, legal work relating to the FDIC’s role as Receiver or Conservator of failed banks, with particular emphasis on the interpretation and application of statutes, regulations, and FDIC policy governing the activities, operations and structure of Receiverships. Participates in the litigation of receivership matters, the resolutions of failing banks, and in the management and sale of receivership assets. Conducts legal research, prepares legal opinions and legal documentation, and participates in legal negotiation in receivership transactional, litigation and bankruptcy matters. Interprets complex commercial and/or civil procedural laws and regulations and makes legal recommendations, orally or in writing.
Salary: 75,143.00 – 169,227.00 USD /year
Location: Dallas, TX
Comment: With 15 vacancies, banks better be on their best behavior.

Office of the Solicitor, Division of Indian AffairsAttorney
Excerpt: This position is located in the Office of the Solicitor, Division of Indian Affairs, Branch of Water and Power. Applicants with experience working with Indian tribes on water rights claims and water law are preferred, however others will be considered. The duties of this position include complex legal responsibilities that deal with rights to the use of water resources and hydroelectric power related to land and natural resources owned by the United States or reserved by the United States for Indian use and benefit. The incumbent will develop and execute litigation strategy, advise the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and staff, and the Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs in the discharge of the government’s trust responsibility for the protection of water resources.
Salary range: 71,087.00 – 129,865.00 USD /year
Location: Washington, DC
Comment: How does the bundle of sticks analogy play out in water law? A bundle of seaweed?

Further reading: Government careers: Applying for federal and security-related jobs, advice from Derrick Dortch in the Washington Post.

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[Jobs] Legal Career Professionals – Recruiting, Career Services, etc.

If you’re a lawyer looking for alternative careers, I’d bookmark the NALP job postings page. On there, law schools and law firms post jobs relating to recruiting, lateral retention, professional development, and business development.  Please note, not all of the NALP listings require a JD.

For example, here are a few representative positions posted on December 4, 2009:

Law School

  • Associate/Assistant Director of Career Services. The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois, seeks a full-time professional to join its Career Services Office as an Assistant or Associate Director. Salary and title (Assistant Director or Associate Director) will be commensurate with experience. The Associate/Assistant Director will counsel students (J.D., LL.M. and M.S.) and alumni about career options and the job search process, educate students about the job market, critique resumes and cover letters, conduct mock interviews, and provide individualized career guidance. This position will report to the Assistant Dean for Career Services. The Associate/Assistant Director will perform outreach to legal employers and alumni to increase employment opportunities for students and graduates. In addition, the Assistant/Associate Director will develop and present student programming, create office publications, assist with the on-campus interviewing program, gather employment data, and prepare reports and marketing materials.

Law Firm

  • Training and Development Manager Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, an international law firm of over 1,000 lawyers, has two new positions in the DC office of the Legal Talent Department: Training and Development Manager – Litigation and Training and Development Manager – Securities and Regulatory. These two positions offer a unique opportunity for highly motivated individuals to join a team-oriented department whose function is essential to the firm’s success.
    • The Training and Development Manager – Litigation Department develops and implements substantive legal training and other professional development programs, with a specific focus on the Litigation Department and the Washington, DC office. Co-manages the firm-wide women’s initiative and implements the initiative’s agenda. Works with the Director of Firmwide Legal Training and other members of the Training team to identify and address training needs, develop curricula, and implement programs to maximize effectiveness and quality and to ensure the continued professional development of the firm’s attorneys. Additional responsibilities include: constant evaluation of the content and format of training programs; staying abreast of trends in professional development for attorneys; providing referral services as necessary to attorneys with specific training and/or development needs; supporting the Firm’s mentoring programs; and managing the training and development team in the Washington, DC office.
    • The Training and Development Manager – Securities and Regulatory Practices develops and implements substantive legal training and other professional development programs, with a specific focus on the securities and regulatory practices and the Washington, DC office. Works with the Director of Firmwide Legal Training and other members of the Training team to identify and address training needs, develop curricula, and implement programs to maximize effectiveness and quality and to ensure the continued professional development of the firm’s attorneys. Additional responsibilities include: constant evaluation of the content and format of training programs; staying abreast of trends in professional development for attorneys; providing referral services as necessary to attorneys with specific training and/or development needs; and supporting the Firm’s mentoring programs.

Like always, these are excerpts.  The full postings are on the NALP website.

As some general advice for attorneys who want to segue out of associate life to one of these career-oriented positions, I always recommend to brainstorm on your motivations for applying, including your work experience (e.g. firm mentoring) and the attributes that you bring with your experience as an associate (e.g. familiarity with firm life, corresponding with partners, time management, etc.). Most likely, the skill set you will use in these positions will not be the same as the skill set attorneys use. Make sure you reflect on that, on why you want this type of position, and why you are a good match. It’s always easier to do this exercise before you start a new job than after you’ve already accepted it.

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[DC Jobs] Multiple Positions at Howard Univ School of Law

Unintentionally, this Friday is dedicated to in-house and academic jobs.  Howard University School of Law, located in DC, has a number of open positions, including:

Check out the postings for full details.


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[DC Job] Communication/Branding in DC

UPDATED:  Friday, November 13th, 12:50 pm

You may notice that I’ve deleted job posting that I published earlier this AM.  (It’s not deleted completely.  It’s actually at the bottom of this new, updated post.)

Well, I have some good news and some sorta bad news.

I’ll proceed with the sorta bad news:  After I saw the posting for a legal communication/branding position at a firm in DC, I had assumed the opening was at Womble Carlyle due to the contact’s e-mail address.  Based on its social media presence and creativity, Womble Carlyle has risen to its description as “Innovators @ Law!” (See: the firm’s Twitter bio).  Therefore, I thought it would be a kinda cool opportunity for someone in this field.

Alas, I found out I was mistaken – the power of Twitter! – the position is NOT at Womble Carlyle.  (What’s that expression about assuming things?)

However, this sort of relates to the good news.  There is a legal communication/branding position at a respectable law firm in DC that also wants to integrate social media and other innovative branding practices into its media strategy.  The firm reached out to someone at Womble Carlyle to assist them with their search because of WCSR’s positive experience.

What we’ve learned in a nutshell:  here’s an opportunity for a motivated, thought-leader to bring other top notch firm’s to WCSR’s level in regards to social media.  In other words, someone who wants to fight with the big dogs.

ORIGINAL POST

In a contest among AmLaw firms as to who has the best Twitter avatar, Womble Carlyle would win hands down.  True, the competition may not be fierce (see: Am Law Tweeple chart) but Womble Carlyle’s bull dog will probably guard the firm’s legacy for awhile.

WCSRTwit

In other words, working at Womble Carlyle seems like an exciting opportunity for any legal marketing/communication/branding professional.

Well, good news!  I’m pretty sure that these “Innovators @ Law!” have a “New Job in DC,” based on the contact’s e-mail address.  The full details are available on the LFMP’s job board.

New Job in DC
Posted: 11-9-09

Utilize your branding skills (may be optional), and your media relations experience leading external communications efforts for this top law firm. Collaborate with others and oversea communications strategies including media relations (manage external agencies as well, website content, and the development of collateral materials, etc. Spearheading the communications efforts, you will stretch your craft on a large marketing team of this national law firm that focuses on practice areas to include: environmental regulation, public policy and regulatory affairs, corporate law, government contracts, intellectual property, complex litigation, real estate, energy and finance.


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[Job] Foley & Larder Seeks Project Manager for IP Dept (Open Location)

Location: Location Open – DC/Chicago/New York/Milwaukee/LA (Washington D.C. Metro Area)

Job Description

Foley & Lardner LLP, a large national law firm, seeks an experienced project manager to oversee multiple complex projects within its Intellectual Property Department. A primary responsibility of this role is to manage projects associated with the transition of new patent and trademark partners into the firm. These projects require the management of cross-departmental teams who are responsible for the import and conversion of patent and trademark docket data, notification of the Patent & Trademark Office, the creation of client/matter information, and the conversion of physical and electronic records. The project manager will be responsible for establishing timelines and due dates, assigning and following up on tasks, communicating with the team and with stakeholders, and for ensuring timely completion of the project. The project manager will also help facilitate technical and operational tasks. In addition, the project manager will be the point of contact for the new partners, and ensure that specific questions and problems are communicated to appropriate team members. It is likely that there will be concurrent projects, requiring the management of multiple teams and project plans. The project manager will also work on other projects within the Intellectual Property Department as assigned.

This is part of a posting on LinkedIn.  You may also check out the listing on Foley’s secure job database.

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[Job] FTC General Attorney (Trade Regulation), DC

Vacancy Description: General Attorney (Trade Regulation)
Open Period: 11/06/2009 – 11/20/2009
Series/Grade: GS-0905-13/14/15
Salary: $86,927.00 TO $153,200.00
Promotion Potential: GS-15
Hiring Agency: Federal Trade Commission
Duty Locations: 1 vacancy in Washington DC Metro Area, DC
For more information, Contact: Shenora Simmons, 202-326-3531 askhr@ftc.gov

Key Requirements:

* Law degree and active bar membership

Position Information:
Full-time
Permanent

Major Duties:
As an attorney in the Health Care Division you will perform a variety of legal duties relating to cases or legal issues of extreme difficulty. Often the work of the division staff includes advisory functions related to antitrust enforcement policy under the various statutes enforced by the Commission. A successful staff member has interest in and the ability to deal with both legal analysis and economic and practical business issues arising from the matters under investigation. More specifically you will:

- Make initial determinations as to whether matters should be investigated;
- Plan and conduct investigations of potentially anticompetitive conduct in the health care field, often working as a member of a
team;
- Based on evidence collected during investigation, and on applicable legal precedents, determine whether a matter should be pursued or
closed;
- Prepare for conduct trial of matters to be pursued, or negotiate settlement of those matters; and
- Perform special assignments as directed.

Qualifications and Evaluations:

Applicants must have attained the first professional law degree (LL.B or J.D.) from an accredited law school and be an active member
in good standing of the bar of a state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, or a U.S. territory.

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