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Associate - Intellectual Property
The candidate must have 3-5 years of patent preparation and prosecution and client counseling experience in a general practice law firm with an IP Group or an IP Boutique. Should have an advanced degree (MS or PhD; ideally PhD) in Chemistry (e.g., Organic Chemistry) with an understanding and experience with polymers, synthetic chemistry, biotechnology and biology. Candidate with an advanced degree (MS or PhD; ideally PhD) in Biochemistry, ...
Intellectual Property Associate
The candidate will be responsible for prosecution of several large patent portfolios directed to cutting edge technology, such as gene editing, cellular therapies, and antibody-based therapeutics, with potential for work in post-grant proceedings (IPR, PGR, and interference). Should have an advanced degree (Ph.D. in a life sciences discipline is preferred) and significant experience handling substantive patent issues. Must have experience in...
Biotech Patent Attorney / Patent Prosecutor
The candidate should have 3+ years of experience and a background in Molecular Biology, Immunology, Biochemistry or Microbiology. A Ph.D. degree is preferred.
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IP Litigation Associate / Litigation Patent Attorney
The candidate should have 3+ years of experience required, including Hatch-Waxman pharmaceutical patent litigation experience. Must have a degree in Chemistry, Biology or Biochemistry.