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Boston office of our client seeks intellectual property litigation attorney with 1-5 years of experience. The candidate should have a degree in Electrical Engineering (may consider mechanical engineers), Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry or a Biological Science, and/or Materials Science, as well as previous intellectual property experience. Advanced degrees is a plus.
IP Litigation Associate
The candidate must have USPTO registration and a technical degree.
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Minneapolis office is seeking a lateral partner with experience in patent prosecution or litigation (1st chair). Candidate must have portable business sufficient to cover direct costs, without overhead.
Patent Litigation Associate
The candidate should preferably have 2-6 years of complex patent litigation experience in both state and federal courts, as well as arbitrations or other alternative dispute resolution proceedings. Experience taking and defending depositions also strongly preferred. Excellent writing skills and strong academic credentials are required.
Washington DC office of our client seeks patent prosecution or litigation attorney with 3+ years of experience. The ideal candidate can prepare and prosecute patent applications, write opinions, and conduct freedom to operate studies relating to a wide range of technical work. Should have technical background. The ideal candidate will be fluent in Japanese. Will preferably have some transferrable business and is admitted to the USPTO and Illinois Bars.