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Part-time Patent Search Analyst
The candidate will specialize in conducting patent searches for clients. Will utilize technical background and experience to understand each invention or patent disclosure and apply critical thinking and problem solving skills to conduct a focused and comprehensive search for prior art references for the search report. Work with constantly new inventions and cutting-edge technologies, with each project providing unique and broad challenges. ...
The candidate must be a first-year associate with a chemistry, biology, or biotechnology background. Should have a degree in cellular biology, immunology, molecular biology, pharmaceutical sciences, genomics, chemistry, biochemistry, or a related area and be USPTO-registered or eligible to sit for the Patent Bar. Should also have strong analytical skills and superior academic credentials.
Intellectual Property Associate
The candidate should have 5-7 years of patent litigation experience in the pharmaceutical field. A degree in Chemistry or Biochemistry and experience with depositions, expert reports, and discovery management are preferred. Should have attorney license that is in good standing in the state in which the candidate would practice. Must have a JD degree from an ABA-approved law school and be an active member in good standing of the Bar.
Patent Prosecution Associate
The candidate must have 3+ years of patent prosecution experience. Should have a background in biotechnology and a degree in biology, pharmaceutical sciences, biochemistry or other related area. Must have superior academic credentials and be registered to practice before the USPTO..