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Hearst is one of the nation’s largest diversified media, information and services companies with more than 360 businesses. Its major interests include ownership in cable television networks such as A&E, HISTORY, Lifetime and ESPN; majority ownership of global ratings agency Fitch Group; Hearst Health, a group of medical information and services businesses; 30 television stations such as WCVB-TV in Boston and KCRA-TV in Sacramento, Calif.; newspapers such as the Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle and Albany Times Union; more than 300 magazines around the world including Cosmopolitan, ELLE, Harper’s BAZAAR and Car and Driver; digital services businesses such as iCrossing and KUBRA; and investments in emerging digital and video companies such as BuzzFeed, VICE and AwesomenessTV.
Requirements of the role:

The ideal candidate must have a minimum of five years of experience as a trademark prosecution paralegal in a law firm environment with a solid understanding of both the US and foreign trademark lifecycles. The candidate must have well-developed and professional interpersonal skills and excellent oral and written communication skills; have a positive attitude, the ability to work independently and in a team environment; strong organizational skills, detail-oriented, and accurate; have the ability to multi-task and prioritize their workload; excellent computer skills including trademark docketing programs, Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, internet and research tools.


Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: 

  • Support in all aspects of global trademark prosecution.

  • Monitor and maintain trademark prosecution docket.

  • Run clearance searches both in-house and through our search vendor

  • Preparing and prosecuting trade/service mark applications, affidavits of use, maintenance and renewal filings, and assignment agreements.

  • Draft responses to office actions, a plus

  • Communicate with foreign trademark counsel regarding all aspects of trademark registration and maintenance.

  • Arrange for legalization (by consulate or by Apostille) of assignments for recording in foreign trademark offices.

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Since March 4, 1887, Hearst has grown from a single newspaper into one of the world's most admired private media, information and services companies with over 360 businesses in more than 150 countries.

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On March 4, 1887, William Randolph Hearst placed his name on the masthead of the San Francisco Examiner as "Proprietor" for the first time. W.R. Hearst died in 1951, but his legacy, Hearst, has continued to grow and prosper. It is clear Hearst is a very different company than it was in 1887, but, in another sense, Hearst has not changed at all: Our company's mission is still to inform, entertain and inspire. Hearst is continuing a legacy of innovation—and a love of what’s next.