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The Intellectual Property Attorney will work in an innovative and collaborative IBM Patent Center of excellence focused on a broad range of technologies representing the entire IBM development environment. Within the IBM Patent Center, the IP Attorney will be responsible for writing, filing, and prosecuting patent applications in the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO). In addition, the IP Atto...
About the company HPTY is a growing 150 lawyer firm, located in Atlanta, Austin, Charleston, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, St. Louis and San Francisco. They have an established track record, spanning over 51 years and representing notable corporations in high risk litigation. HPTY has 17 Practices and growing. Job description The Labor & Employment Practice represents clients on a national basis,...
Position Description The U.S. Employment Tax Associate Director is located in New York but will report to the Head of Employment Tax, Business Specialty Tax. Responsible for all US Employment Tax (ET) support to the business, Finance, Legal, and Human Resources (Payroll, Global Mobility) •Develop a US Employment Tax COE with objectives aligned to the Global ET function •Point Person for the global...

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