- Bachelor’s degree in a relevant scientific field and a minimum of 5 years directly related experience.
- A Juris Doctorate and active state bar membership.
- Registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
- Demonstrated experience in leading, negotiating and closing on IP licensing transactions, including licenses of technology, trademarks and copyrights.
- Demonstrated experience with the management of IP licenses, including audit and enforcement issues.
- Active US Security Clearance or ability to obtain one.
- Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions.
- Meticulous attention to detail.
- Superior oral and written communication skills.
- Ability to work collaboratively with business leaders, technologists, and other members of the law department in a global enterprise.
- Exceptional integrity, outstanding analytical skills and strategic thinking, exceptional judgment and a record of managing complex legal matters.
- Demonstrated ability to balance multiple, competing priorities.
- Experience with FAR and DFAR intellectual property regulations, contract clauses, and issues.
- Experience with media licensing.
- Certified Licensing Professional designation.
- Membership and demonstrated active participation in relevant professional organizations such as LES, AUTM, INTA or similar organizations.
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