Qualcomm Licensing Enforcement Counsel in San Diego, California
Job Id N1955107
Job Title Licensing Enforcement Counsel
Post Date 07/18/2017
Company-Division Qualcomm Incorporated
Job Area Legal
Location California - San Diego
Job Overview Job Function and Responsibilities: Providing legal advice and representation to Qualcomms worldwide patent licensing businesses, specifically relating to the enforcement of licenses and collection of license fees through courts, regulatory agencies and customs seizures. The position requires knowledge of patent licensing, license litigation and enforcing judgments throughout the world. The attorney will personally manage and lead teams comprised of internal and external resources to achieve cost effective and successful outcomes. Key responsibilities include the development of case strategies and budgets as well as active involvement in litigation matters, which typically will include the management of outside counsel, factual investigations, pretrial pleadings, discovery, motions practice, dispute resolution (whether by settlement, trial, or ADR), and enforcement of judgments. The position will also provide opportunities to become involved in preventative initiatives and the development and delivery of training on various legal subjects.
This position requires that the individual be either a member of the California Bar in good standing, or registered with the California Bar as a Registered In-House Counsel or Foreign Legal Consultant, as applicable.
Minimum Qualifications * Six or more years experience in patent licensing-related litigation and enforcement as a private practice or in-house litigation counsel.
In-house or law firm litigation-team management experience.
U.S. State Bar membership.
Preferred Qualifications * Antitrust experience.
Patent litigation experience.
Technical degree in Electrical Engineering or a related field.
Fluency in Mandarin or other languages.
Registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Education Requirements Required: Bachelor's, Electrical Engineering
Required: Juris Doctor, Law & Administration and/or Law Degree
EEO employer: including race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability & veterans status.