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The candidate must have 2+ years of experience with patent litigation or prosecution. Strong credentials in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemistry, physics, or related areas are required. Big firm experience is a plus.
IP Litigation Associate
The candidate should have 3-5 years of experience, degree in electrical or mechanical engineering, computer Science, physics, biology, or chemistry. Position is in Orange County.
The candidate must have experience in patent, trademark and copyright prosecution and related transactional matters, some litigation experience and a growing book of business. A technical degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or Computer Science is preferred. Must be admitted to the USPTO and be a member of the California Bar.
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The candidate must have 2-6 years of litigation experience with a degree in molecular biology, biochemistry, chemistry, pharmacy, physics, or engineering. Should be from a top tier law school. Must be admitted to both California Bar and preferably Patent Bar. Strong writing and legal research skills are needed.
Beverly Hills office of our client seeks IP litigator with 2-6 years of experience. The candidate should be admitted to both California Bar and preferably Patent Bar. Must have a degree in molecular biology, biochemistry, chemistry, pharmacy, physics, or engineering.