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Manchester office of our client seeks patent attorney with 2+ years of patent prosecution experience. The candidate should have electrical engineering, computer science, physics, and chemistry degrees for its patent prosecution practice. Must have USPTO registration, State Bar (optional for agents) admission. Pre-law engineering work experience are preferred. Semiconductor process experience is a major plus.
Seeking an energized, experienced patent attorney. Join Partner and Associate, sharing challenges and opportunities across the full range of IP and small firm practice. Candidate should be admitted to practice before the US Patent Office. Candidate should have several years of work experience in chosen technology field after the undergraduate degree and 3 to 5 years of experience drafting and prosecuting patent applications. The position will also include subs...
Seeking Associate/Attorney with electrical engineering, computer science, and physics degrees for its patent prosecution practice. The candidate must have excellent writing ability, attention to detail, USPTO registration, state Bar, and 2+ years of patent prosecution experience. Candidates with pre-law engineering work experience are preferred. Experience in any of semiconductor process and packaging, image processing, and communication systems is a major plus.
The candidate will join the intellectual property law firm. Should have 2+ years of patent preparation and prosecution experience, strong academic credentials, excellent writing skills, and be able to work independently as well as be a team player. Should have technical backgrounds in physics, computer science, chemistry, chemical engineering or advanced electrical engineering.