Trademark Litigation Legal Administrative Assistant

Washington, DC
Base pay to mid 90's DOE
Dec 01, 2022
Dec 21, 2022
Full Time
Trademark Litigation Legal Administrative Assistant sought for a large, well-established law firm in the heart of Washington DC.

Duties: In this position, you will perform all manner of routine legal administrative assistant duties such as filing electronic and non-electronic filings with various agencies and courts; prepare and format motions, discovery documents, and briefs including Table of Contents and Tables of Authorities; run conflicts, prepare screening forms, set up engagement letters, order legal files; open and read incoming mail; maintain and organize files on request and in conjunction with Document Clerk; enter and/or release attorney's time; maintain a list of all current billing numbers for assigned timekeepers; answer and screen telephone calls; schedule appointments and meetings, gather pertinent materials needed for assignments from files; type, revise, modify all correspondence, memoranda, notes, outlines, legal documents, charts, forms, etc., whether from drafts, originals or dictation and other duties as assigned.

The firm offers a 35-hour work week; must be available for occasional overtime; the firm offers a monthly transportation stipend.

Requirements: a general understanding of trademark docketing, the trademark application process, and basic Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) proceedings. Ability to research trademark applications and registrations on PTO website; the ability to use online databases, court and IP resources such as CM/ECF, the PTO website, search vendor websites, and software such as Pattsy.

The position is hybrid for the immediate future.
NRI is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.