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Attorneys who practice patent law handle diverse legal matters involving patents - which are ownership interests in the form of intellectual property known as patents.Patent attorneys litigate patent infringement cases in court, draft patent-related contracts and also prepare, file, and prosecute applications for new patents with the United States Patent &Trademark Office (the "USPTO").
Attorneys who practice patent law must have several degrees and certifications.They must have graduated from law school and have been admitted to the state bar.They also must be members of the federal Patent Bar.Further, they must have graduate-level degrees in the scientific or engineering field in which the work.Patent attorneys who handle patents involving hard sciences have degrees in electrical engineering, computer science, computer engineering, physics or astrophysics.Patent attorneys who handle patents involvinglife sciences have degrees in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, organic chemistry, genetics, neuroscience, medicine or chemical engineering.Patent attorneys who work with patents involving machines have degrees in mechanical engineering.
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