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Patent Agent - Electrical Engineering Or Computer Science

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Legal Staff

Date Last Verified

Oct 14, 2021

Valid Through

Jan 27, 2022

Posted on

Oct 16, 2019

Years of Experience

Min 3 yrs required

Location

Atlanta, GA, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Patent Agents/Technical Specialists >> Patent Agents/Technical Specialists - Hard Sciences >> Computer Science
Patent Agents/Technical Specialists >> Patent Agents/Technical Specialists - Hard Sciences >> Electrical Engineering
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Patent Attorney or Agent - Electrical Engineering or Computer Science
The candidate should have a degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science. Will be responsible for drafting and globally prosecuting patent applications in the electrical and/or computer science arts as well as occasionally preparing invalidity, infringement, and freedom-to operate analyses. The successful candidate must have a degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science and be registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Should have 3+ years of patent drafting experience, have drafted more than 20 patent applications, and have domestic and international prosecution experience. Candidates who have a J.D. must be licensed with a state bar.

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Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Cantor Colburn LLP
1180 Peachtree St, N.E.
Suite 2050
Atlanta, GA 30309

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