ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, LEGAL AFFAIRS

University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA4.2

Full-timeEstimated: $110,000 - $150,000 a year
Skills
The primary function of this position is to provide legal transactional support to the PCI business development and licensing teams. The dedicated client relationship
for this role is the PCI Executive Director of Licensing. This position is an attorney member of a team of PCI transactional attorneys that provides dedicated legal
counsel to PCI business development professionals and technology licensing officers in support of the structuring, review, negotiation and enforcement of
transactional contract agreements (e.g. options, licensing agreements, copyright/software licensing agreements, TRMs, CDAs, MOUs, etc.) generated by PCI, and
directly related to, but not limited to, the various intellectual property and business development portfolios managed by PCI.

Qualifications
Law Degree required plus at least 2-3 years related legal experience; Member of the Bar of Pennsylvania (or member of the Bar of another state and able to become a member of the Pennsylvania Bar within a year as a condition of continued employment); Preferably at least two years in drafting and negotiating contracts; Patent licensing experience strongly preferred, as well as experience working with copyright/software licensing and/or equity and shareholder/investor rights agreements; Excellent written and verbal communication skills; Proven ability to successfully manage multiple tasks simultaneously; Proactive approach to problem-solving; Team player; excellent attention to detail, follow-through & closing.

Affirmative Action Statement
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