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Patent Prosecution Associate
The candidate should have 3-5 years of experience. A degree in electrical/computer engineering, physics, or demonstrated experience in one or more of these areas, as well as admission to the patent Bar are required. Familiarity with automotive technologies is a plus.
Patent Litigation Associate
The candidate must have 2-5 years of patent litigation experience. Excellent research, writing and analytical skills are essential. Skilled in complex fact investigation and possess a willingness and ability to mast complex technologies is required. Degrees in either Chemistry or Organic Chemistry, and are admitted to practice in California, will be given preference. Familiarity with organometallic chemistry and/or photoluminescent chemical comp...
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The candidate will collaborate with in-house counsel, senior business leaders and research and product development departments in developing and implementing policies, procedures and proactive strategies relating to intellectual property. Will provide legal advice and service to internal legal and product development departments on patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade names including patentability of inventions, discovery, and infringement of patents. ...