In this position, you will be assigned to the Legal Department of Rosetta Stone and will support the Legal Department in performing a broad range of duties essential to providing legal support to Rosetta Stone. This is a great opportunity to gain hands on legal experience at Rosetta Stone. Duties: Assist the lawyers in drafting, reviewing and negotiating contract documentation relating to the Company’s customers and vendors. Perform legal research and draft legal memoranda as directed by the lawyers. Provide support to the lawyers in litigation and arbitration matters. Work with Legal Department to protect the Company’s intellectual property rights. Draft cease and desist notices to software pirate suspects, copyright and trademark infringers, internet service providers, internet search engines, domain registrars, domain registrants and others. Assist the enforcement team with building and maintaining processes for managing anti-piracy, trademark and copyright infringement, domain name enforcement, and affiliate program enforcement. Execute daily trademark and copyright tasks through third party software program to combat trademark and copyright infringers Other duties as assigned by other members of the Legal Department. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required: Strong verbal and written communication skills to facilitate communications with parties, including but not limited to, co-workers, vendors, partners and law enforcement officials. Excellent analytical and problem solving skills Enjoy working in a fast-paced dynamic environment with talented professionals Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications Strong organizational skills Ability to work independently and professionally with the organization Minimum Requirements: Completion of at least the first year of study at an accredited law school
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