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Electrical Engineering IP Associate
Duties: Addressing and/or managing all of the IP needs, with the help of Patent Agents, Technology Specialists, and non-legal support staff. Will work within various practice groups to provide support to clients in preparing, filing, and prosecuting patent applications with USPTO. Drafting, negotiating, interpreting and advising clients on IP related agreements. Drafting freedom-to-operate and/or invalidity opinions. Evaluating invention...
Cambridge office of our client seeks electrical engineering IP attorney with 2-4 years of prior experience. The candidate will have the responsibility of addressing and/or managing all of the IP needs, with the help of Patent Agents, Technology Specialists, and non-legal support staff. Will be working within various practice groups to provide support to clients in preparing, filing, and prosecuting patent applications with USPTO. Drafting, negotiating, interpreting and advi...
Boston office of our client seeks IP attorney with experience in biomedical engineering or medical devices. The candidate should have relevant technical knowledge and experience with tissue engineering, or mechanical, electrical, or electro-mechanical systems.
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IP Associate (Patent â€“ Electrical Engineering)
The candidate should have superior academic credentials and 2-6 years of experience in drafting and prosecuting electrical and/or software related patent applications. Must have admission to one State Bar, should be registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Must have experience in drafting and prosecuting electrical and software related patent applications.
Boston office of our client seeks attorney with 7+ years of experience. The candidate should have a background in patent prosecution. Must have substantial experience preparing and prosecuting patent applications. Additional experience in patent portfolio development, infringement and invalidity opinions, Inter Partes Review proceedings/Reexaminations, International Trade Commission proceedings, trademark prosecution or related matters is desirable. A degree in electrical o...
The candidate must have an electrical engineering and/or computer science background. A technical specialist candidate with this background will also be considered. Superior academic record, research and writing skills are needed.