Docket Manager

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Cardinal Intellectual Property has an immediate opening for an Intellectual Property Docket Manager. We are looking for applicants who can grow with our company. An ideal applicant will be a team-player, outgoing, enthusiastic, hard-working, and have great phone etiquette. Cardinal Intellectual Property is a proactive and fast-paced environment
Job Description: The Intellectual Property Docket Manager is responsible for the daily administration of intellectual property client dockets, perform primary docketing functions, manage client communications and electronic records, and supervise docketing assistants.
A Bachelors degree and experience in an intellectual property legal environment is required.
Experience in docketing systems such as Memotech is a major plus
To apply, please send your resume to
- Please note ONLY applications received through the cardinal website that meet the specified requirements will be considered.
About Cardinal Intellectual Property, Inc.:
Cardinal Intellectual Property, Inc is the leading intellectual property services company in the United States. Our clients include corporations, law firms, universities, individual inventor, and start-ups. Cardinal IP services include patent and trademark prior art searching, e-discovery, client competitive monitoring, IP matter docketing, and paralegal services. Our offices are located in Evanston, only a few blocks from Northwestern University campus and close to the Davis Street el stop. You can visit our website, www.cardinal-ip.com, for more information. The company culture is creative, fast-paced and focused on massive growth. We work to foster an environment that appreciates diversity of thought and provides continuous opportunities for development.
Cardinal Intellectual Property is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, military status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable Federal or State law.

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