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Chief Intellectual Property Counsel – Performance Materials and Technologies
The candidate will define and execute our intellectual property strategy as the lead legal advisor for all IP matters. Manage our IP function by leading a global team and defining and deploying a robust execution model with transparency through operational KPIs and metrics. Nurture a robust pipeline of innovative and differentiated ideas that can be converted into IP through training, IP workouts/...
Of Counsel Patent Attorney
The candidate will develop the firm’s patent preparation and prosecution processes and practice group. Work collaboratively with the firm’s attorneys who are serving the non-patent needs of clients. Prepare and prosecute patent applications. Prepare patentability and clearance opinions, risk assessment analyses, and due diligence, and handle PTAB cases. Advise clients about the prosecution of foreign patents. Should have an undergraduate degree...
Duties : Will be working with a diverse group of clients ranging from sophisticated startups to Fortune 100 companies. Work in the areas of electrical engineering, telecommunications, medical products, RF tuning products, gaming products, nanotechnology, and other fields. Evaluate patent portfolios, draft licensing and patent sale agreements, perform re-exam evaluations, due diligence in M&A transactions, advanced inventing sessions, opinion work, and file and pros
The candidate must be a U.S. Patent Attorney with B.S. or higher degree in Engineering (preferably, Electrical/Computer), Computer Science, and Physics.