ON Semiconductor ATTORNEY 4 in Bucheon, South Korea

  • Assist in conducting freedom to operate (FTO) review for new product development, IP landscape review and competitive patent analysis.

  • Support IP creation processes, including new innovation submission, patentability studies, patent committee review, patent application and prosecution.

  • Work closely with local business units and develop a deep knowledge of research and product development to identify strategic areas for IP portfolio development.

  • Report local IP issues to headquarters and provide background analysis and recommendations. Effectively communicate legal IP advice and analysis to business and technical team members/leaders.

  • Lead and/or support all aspects of local IP activities, programs, initiatives and trainings.

  • Participate in drafting, negotiating and reviewing IP agreements, including: license agreements, development agreements, supply agreements, and/or confidentiality agreements with local parties.

  • Support litigation activities as needed, including managing and conducting document preservation and collection activities and identifying and interviewing personnel in Korea for foreign litigation.

  • Participate in managing Korean outside counsel to improve efficiency and quality.

  • Monitor, report and advocate latest development in IP laws, regulations and trends in Korea for the benefit of the company.

  • Qualified as Korea Patent Attorney or Attorney at Law specialized in IP Law with at least 3-years of experience.

  • A BS degree in Engineering (EE preferred) with a strong preference for previous engineering/semiconductor experience.

  • Driven and self-motivated, positive attitude and a team-player.

  • Capable of working with business managers and engineers as a partner on various IP issues.

  • Fluent in Korean and English. Good communication and writing skill.

Job: Legal


Location: KR-KR-Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do

Requisition ID: 1802727

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