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The Intellectual Property Practice Group of Baker McKenzie seeks an experienced Trademark Paralegal in the Dallas, Texas office. The Trademark Paralegal will be responsible for handling all aspects of trademark applications, including filings with is responsible for electronic filings of various documents filed with the USPTO, WIPO and non-US jurisdictions. Additionally, the Trademark Paralegal will be responsible for overseeing US and non-US trademark matters from filing to grant, including tending to renewals; performing preliminary trademark searches; drafting assignment documents for recordation and meeting country specific requirements, such as notarization and legalization of documents; drafting legal correspondence; and assisting on due diligence reviews.

The candidate should have a minimum of 5 years trademark prosecution or portfolio management work experience, including familiarity with application and registration practice, and in-depth knowledge of trademark filing and prosecution practices in the USPTO, WIPO, and other major jurisdictions worldwide. Additionally, the candidate should have working knowledge of trademark docketing software. Working knowledge of IPPO docketing software is preferred. Associate's degree or equivalent work experience required.

For US based applicants:  All timekeepers, business professionals and other persons who enter or work from our U.S. offices must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 unless an accommodation for a disability, or sincerely-held religious belief is approved, or as required by state and local law.