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Jeremy Peter Green Eche is a branding attorney and the founder of JPG Legal. He is the attorney of record for over 2,000 U.S. trademark registrations. In 2019, JPG Legal was by number of federal trademark applications filed. Eche graduated from Northwestern University School of Law on a full scholarship. Thomson Reuters selected him as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in Intellectual Property for 2021.

 

A Eche le gusta dibujar e ilustrar cómics. Es conocido por comprar ClintonKaine.com en el 2011 y poner ahí su "fan fiction" y caricaturas de política en el 2016. Lo cual lo llevó a aparecer en todas las principales estaciones de noticias de cable, y en varias fuentes mas de las principales de noticias noticias importantes,antes de USA Today WIRED, MSNBC, el New York Daily News, HLN, CNN Politics, DCist, Vox.com, CNET, Mic.com, NBC News, Refinery29, the Globe and Mail anunciar su venta del nombre de dominio en la edición matutina de NPR. Morning Edition.

 

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Eche es miembro del National Lawyers Guild y de la Barra de Abogados LGBT de Nueva York. Anteriormente se desempeñó como Consejero General de Teamsters Local 922. Eche también es un corredor licenciado de bienes raíces en Nueva York. Vive en Brooklyn, Nueva York con su esposa, Stephanie Eche, una artista y consultora creativa.

 

Puede contactarlo en info@jpglegal.com.

JPG Legal Is Hiring Its First Associate Attorney


It’s finally time. Gross revenue has been at or above $60,000 a month for four straight months now, and I’m barely maintaining my sanity under the weight of my current workload, so I’ve put out a job listing for JPG Legal’s first associate attorney, a full-time position.

Hopefully, after some training, this person will lighten my workload enough that I can spend more time growing the firm, programming trademark-related software applications, and running my retail store in Manhattan. Maybe I can even start drawing comics again.

This will be a good job. I’m a socialist with a legal background in the labor movement, so I feel obligated to create a job that doesn’t keep the associate working or “on call” outside of their preferred working hours, has excellent remote working options, and doesn’t have a billable hour quota (one of the worst things about working at a conventional law firm). It’ll pay between $60,000 and $70,000 a year depending on experience, plus a substantial bonus, with health insurance and ample paid time off.

It makes me sad to hear my friends at other law firms tell me about how they’re regularly expected to be in the office until late at night and on weekends, and always have to be able to respond to emails immediately even when not working. Those are abusive conditions.


It’s also an ideal position for somebody who has just graduated from law school, because the associate will learn trademark law very quickly, and their salary will grow as the firm grows. They’ll be eligible for an ownership stake sooner than at a conventional law firm, as well. Plus they’ll have a 27″ 2017 iMac, an adjustable sit-stand desk, and a $1,000 lower-back-supporting office chair!

So if you know anybody looking for a legal job, please point them to the listing. The plan is to interview the top candidates around the end of August.


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