A biotechnology company at forefront of developing therapies for rare and orphan diseases, which involves novel core technology and an advanced approach to treating human genetic diseases.
This biotechnology company faced an upcoming void in its legal department due to the impending maternity leave of a senior patent paralegal. As the sole IP paralegal within the legal department, our client was facing a major void that would require its attorneys to take on some of the incumbent paralegal's roles and responsibilities or turn to outside counsel.
Our Solutions Practice Group identified an interim IP paralegal to help manage its clients' Patent and Trademark portfolio, in addition to handling various Transactional and SEC filing matters as they arise.
Under our guidance, the biotechnology company was able to successfully contract a senior IP paralegal to cover all Patent Prosecution and Preparation matters. Work flow and efficiency within the IP matters of the company did not suffer during this time, and the department's attorneys were able to continue performing their roles as usual.
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