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ProfilePatent Specialist Duties: Assist in drafting correspondence to clients regarding status of applications and patents, including reporting of filing receipts for applications, publication notices, and forwarding patent certificates. Review and handle files, understand docket and deadlines, and action needed on each file. Communicate with appropriate attorneys and team members about docket. Assist with patent due diligence projects. Review issued patents for errors, determine expiration dates of patents, prepare certificate of correction, if necessary. Prepare declaration and assignment documents. Work with attorneys and paralegals on the preparation of information disclosure statements. Create, monitor, and maintain U.S. IDS database in Foundation IP. Obtain prior art references, copies of documents and articles as needed from identified resources. Navigate the USPTO PAIR system for application status updates and downloading documents. Review requirements per client. Prepare documentation and e-filing of information disclosure statements through USPTO EFS.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: High School diploma or G.E.D. equivalent. Bachelor’s degree and/or Paralegal Certificate, or equivalent preferred. 2+ years of patent prosecution experience. Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office. Proficient knowledge and usage of a document management system. Familiar with USPTO procedures, rules and requirements. Ability to effectively utilize IP docketing software (Foundation IP), USPTO online resources (PAIR, EFS-Web, EPAS) and other patent-related websites. Ability to independently and efficiently prioritize workflow, and maintain an organized task schedule. Ability to handle high volume and expertly prioritize competing demands. Strong verbal and written communication skills, with particular attention to detail.
Dorsey & Whitney LLP.
370 17th Street
Denver, CO 80202
Former Employee - Reviewed on December 18, 2017
Try your best and keep your nose to the grindstone. There is a lot of work to do but people will help out if you simply ask.Pros : I was an intern at Dorsey & Whitney LLP for 6 months. I learned a lot of valuable knowledge and was able to get my hands on my first few cases.