Job Details

Intellectual Property Litigation Associate Attorney

Company name

BCG Attorney Search

Organization Type

Recruiter

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Aug 25, 2021

Valid Through

Sep 24, 2021

Years of Experience

1-7 yrs required

Location

Washington, DC, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Hard Sciences >> Computer Engineering
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Hard Sciences >> Computer Science
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Hard Sciences >> Electrical Engineering
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Hard Sciences >> Physics
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Washington D.C. office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks an intellectual property litigation associate attorney with 2-5 years of experience in electrical engineering. This candidate will primarily support clients in the wireless, computer, automotive, and software industries. A technical degree in computer science/electrical engineering/physics or similar coursework is required. Admission to the Patent Bar is preferred.

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BCG Attorney Search

   

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