Chief Intellectual Property Counsel, Software and IIoT Innovate to solve the world's most important challenges
Led and execute the intellectual property (IP) strategy for Honeywell Connected Enterprises (HCE), our software and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) business. HCE is harnessing the power of software, cloud, mobile, data & analytics and IIoT and our extensive domain experience across Aerospace, Buildings, Plant, Worker and Cyber Security to incubate, deploy and scale breakthrough software offerings that impact a wide range of industries, improve quality of life, and truly change the world.
Led our freedom to practice program Protect our technology and business model differentiation including managing our IP portfolio and patent prosecution Respond to, manage and resolve IP defensive matters Manage review, negotiation and drafting of IP terms Drive technology licensing and patent enforcement Manage Open Source Software use and contribution Enable our Software as a Service (SaaS) transformation driving organizational change to grow our businesses exponentially 20 Provide strategic, business and IP advice 20 Freedom to practice 20 Protect Technology and business model differentiation 20 Manage defense IP matters and negotiate IP terms 20 Technology licensing and patent enforcement YOU MUST HAVE
Registered to practice as a lawyer in a major legal jurisdiction with deep legal experience in patent prosecution, freedom to practice, IP transactions and IP litigation
Extensive global experience in software, SaaS, cloud, data and analytics, IIoT, intellectual property licensing and/or technology transactions
Strong working knowledge of relevant global laws and regulations
Customer focus and business acumen
High motivation with boundless energy to get stuff done
Ability to execute and remove obstacles
Track record of navigating complex and ambiguous environments with intelligent risk taking
Location: 715 Peachtree Street, N.E., Atlanta, GA 30308 USA
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