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New York City office of our client seeks patent agent with 1-5 years of experience. The candidate will communicate with, and act as liaison between, inventors and Patent and Trademark Office in connection with all aspects of patent application process. Will evaluate and report on the technological aspects of inventions and other scientific matters. Advise attorneys on general and specific technologies and investigate those technologies as needed. Prepare draft patent applications in particular incorporating scientific aspects of inventions. Prepare draft responses to communications from U.S. and foreign patent offices with regard to factual and other scientific matters. Discuss the scientific aspects of inventions with clients and inventors and thereafter provide attorneys with a report on those discussions. Draft, organize, analyze, review and summarize documents. Review and analyze client and other files. Conduct regulatory and factual research. Communicate face-to-face, by e-mail and by telephone with staff, clients, vendors, and PTO and agency personnel. Coordinate workflow with outside service providers. Organize and prioritize numerous tasks and complete them under time constraints in an efficient and cost effective manner. Identify and analyze complex patent issues and problems and implement solutions. Interact professionally with clients, lawyers, and employees at all levels and provide information with ordinary courtesy and tact while safeguarding confidentiality. Provide direction and guidance to legal support staff on specific issues, as appropriate. Stay abreast of technology trends and make recommendations regarding technology needs. Undertake continuing education, and remain abreast of current patent prosecution issues and trends, as required to maintain appropriate accreditation in the field. Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. Must have a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, molecular/cellular biology, biochemistry, or biotechnology. Industry experience in those fields a plus. A license to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office are a must. Advanced working knowledge of database research principles, methods, techniques, and resources is required. Knowledge of principles, procedures, and standards for drafting a range of complex patent documentation in area of expertise is essential.
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