Job Details

Patent Attorney

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Aug 10,2018

Posted on

Jul 05,2018

Years of Experience

Min 2 yrs required

Location

Spokane, WA
Practice Area
Corporate >> Corporate - M&A
Corporate >> Corporate - Securities and Capital Markets
Food & Drug Administration >> Food & Drug Administration
Government and Government Relations >> Government and Government Relations
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Patent >> Intellectual Property - Patent - Hard Sciences >> Mechanical
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Patent Attorney Duties: Offers a comprehensive suite of IP assistance including analysis, valuation, counseling and reporting. Specializes in providing corporate, government relations and litigation services to domestic and international technology companies across a wide range of industries. Provides litigation, corporate services ranging from business formation, mergers and acquisitions and securities and an FDA/regulatory practice to support rapidly growing life sciences practice.

Qualification and Experience

QUALIFICATIONS: Greatly prefer Mechanical Engineering degree. Must have a registration number with the USPTO. 2+ years of patent preparation and prosecution experience.

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Company info

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Lee & Hayes, PLLC
601 West Riverside Avenue
Suite 1400
Spokane, WA 99201

Review:

"A Law Firm With Drive"

Current Employee - Reviewed on July 28, 2017

I think that management should be more willing to reach out to specialists in more obscure areas of law since it could help for some of our clients.

Pros : One of the things I noticed right away from working for the firm is that my fellow associates will do everything they can to make sure you are able to work efficiently on a case. It is a work spirit that I have decided to return the favor many times as well. I love the people I work with and do everything I can to help out. The superiors also have enough trust in the associates to make sure that small decisions can be trusted to use without too much delegating.
Cons : As well versed as some of the associates are in the firm, there is sometimes a lack of networking with other law firms. While this isn't a rare situation, it does limit some resources that would enable us to work as efficiently as possible on some projects.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee