I identify and analyze patents related to Celltrion’s products and develop strategies against possible issues such as patent invalidation or evasion. Moreover, I handle patent invalidation lawsuits.
What are the competencies and qualities required of your position?
You need a diploma in bioengineering, bio, chemistry, and other related areas, coupled with a keen interest in patent law. Furthermore, you should have a sense of responsibility to see tasks through to their timely completion thoroughly. Our job requires analytical thinking, attention to detail, and the courage to take on challenges. A predilection for debates is a huge plus as well.
What was your most memorable episode at work?
Patent litigation takes up a large part of our team’s responsibility, which requires close collaboration among team members. We develop arguments to invalidate patents, search literature, and visit libraries as necessary. I took part in many patent cases where our team members worked together to achieve victory. Such experiences give me a great sense of pride in my job.
Do you have any specific goals or visions? If so, what are they?
I want to become the best strategist in the intellectual property sector. Moreover, I aim to contribute to elevating Celltrion’s value by developing and executing effective strategies for the company’s products.
Do you have anything to say to people looking for employment at Celltrion?
Celltrion gives you an opportunity to grow a global mind-set and gain various experiences. You will learn a lot in the process. The company boasts the best capabilities and experiences in the intellectual property sector, which makes Celltrion an excellent choice for people looking for opportunities to advance their IP expertise.