Shell Legal Counsel - TradeMark in beijing, China


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Legal Counsel - TradeMark

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This role in the Global Brands team in the Legal Intellectual Property Department provides specialist trade mark counselling and licensing across all of the Shell businesses in China.

This person works with a global team of professionals, and involves trade mark clearance, trade mark filing, prosecution and opposition, and, in particular, trade mark enforcement by both litigation and administrative proceedings. It also means playing a key role in brand licensing, including brand extensions, new Retail and New Energy market initiatives, M&A support, and advising on existing licenses (including the renegotiation of such licenses).

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Shell's story in China dates back more than 100 years. At Shell China we will make sure that your ideas will travel. All of Shell’s core businesses are now represented in China. We need world-class candidates to continue our drive to innovate and answer the world’s energy needs in socially and environmentally responsible ways.


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Law degree, legal qualification and registered trade mark attorney in China, with at least 4 years+ legal work experience gained in private practice.

Experience working with global brands, and in drafting and negotiating trade mark licenses.

Fluent written and spoken English.

Good verbal and written communication skills.

Strong influencing, negotiating and facilitation skills.

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