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Junior To Mid Level Attorney
The candidate should be admitted in good standing in the state of New York, with 2+ years of IP litigation experience at a US law firm. Computer science background and German language skills preferred. Strong communication skills are essential; so are strong research and writing skills as well as the ability to interact directly with clients.
Junior to Mid-Level Associate, Patent Litigation
The candidate should have patent litigation and/or IPR experience. Candidates having a technical background in life sciences, electrical engineering, physics, chemistry, chemical engineering, or computer science are preferred. A high level of achievement and law firm experience is required.
Seeking an Electrical Engineering/Computer Science Patent Litigation Associate with 1-4 years of experience in patent litigation (District Court and/or International Trade Commission). Candidate must have a degree in electrical engineering or computer science. Strong academic credentials, as well as outstanding organizational, interpersonal, and writing skills, are required.
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New York City office is seeking a patent litigation attorney with 2-5 years of experience. A background in electrical engineering or computer science is preferred but other technical backgrounds may be considered. Candidate should have solid law firm and academic credentials.