german-speaking lawyer (f/m) in luxembourg

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job details

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location
luxembourg
job category
Autres Secteurs
job type
cdi
reference number
00009405
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job description

GERMAN-SPEAKING LAWYER (F/H)

Location : Luxembourg
Reference : 9405

Rowlands is recruiting for one of its clients, a well established office specialized in Intellectual Property, a German-speaking Lawyer (F/M).

Missions

- Provide legal^advice and assist the clients in developping adequate Intellectual Property strategies to help them in acquiring and expanding strong market positions
- Prepare offers and contracts of filling international patents and registered trademarks
- Rigorous examination, prior searches and strict application of patentability criteria
- Ensure compliance with registration process : submission, approval certificate, publication license, acceptance confirmation
- Redact official notifications, reports, comments and recommandations for the clients
- Maintain close contact and relations with other offices and local correspondants
- Analyze information and new regulations in order to support the implementation of new projects

Profile

- Master`s degree in Law - Business and International Law
- A previous experience within a Law firm is required
- Knowledge or strong interest in intellectual property, patent or trademark
- Capacity to work in a team as well as independently
- Accurate, well organised and able to meet tight deadlines
- Of German mother tongue and fluency in English, a good level of French is also needed

For more information or for a first confidential conversation concerning this vacancy, we invite you to contact Frédérique Sine (+352/46.41.35-464).


Application form
We invite you to submit your application file in Word using the required title format `Name_Firstname_ref 9396` to info@rowlandsonline.com

Please note that Rowlands ensure you the strictest confidentiality and the utmost attention to your application during the whole recruitment process. No information will be transmitted to a third part without a prior consent.