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Patent Prosecution Team Attorney - Software Technologies
The candidate must be experienced in preparing and prosecuting software-related applications. The candidate with 3-10 years of experience in patent prosecution are preferred, with aptitude for portfolio development and client counseling a plus. This position is an alternative to traditional partnership-track positions, and has a lower billable hour requirement. Must have a USPTO Reg. No. and possess a degree in Compu...
Seeking Electronics & Software Associate - Patent Prosecution with 2+ years of experience in patent prosecution work for our Electronics/Software Team. Candidate must have a strong academic record including a degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering or an advanced degree in Physics. Patent Bar is strongly preferred.
The candidate should have 3+ years of experience preparing and prosecuting US and Foreign patent applications. Must be registered to practice before the USPTO and admitted to the Bar of one state. Excellent academic credentials is needed. Bachelorâ€™s degree in engineering or computer science is highly preferred.
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Patent Prosecution Associate
The candidate should preferably have a strong computer science or electrical engineering background, preferably 2-4 years of experience in patent prosecution and/or 5+ years of software industry experience. Patent counseling, licensing and/or trademark experience is beneficial. Oregon State Bar or Washington State Bar admission preferred. Must be USPTO registered.
Patent Prosecution Team Attorney â€“ Optics/Ee
The candidate must be experienced in preparing and prosecuting optics and electrical engineering-related applications. The candidate with 3-10 years of experience in patent prosecution are preferred, with aptitude for portfolio development and client counseling a plus. Applicant must have a USPTO Reg. No. and possess a degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Physics, or a related field. Transcripts and pat...
Mid-Level Associate - Patent
The candidate must have 3+ years of patent preparation and prosecution experience. Should preferably have an entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to work with clients of all sizes and in a variety of industries. A technical background in computer technology is required. Technical experience with cloud computing, cryptography, information security, robotics or block chain would also be desirable. A small portable book of business would be welcome...
Patent Prosecution Team Attorney - Optics/EE
Candidate must have a USPTO Reg. No. and have a degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Physics, or a related field. Prefer candidates with Ph.D or Masterâ€™s degree in physics or electrical engineering, as well as candidates with experience in optics, sensors, image processing, and machine learning. California or Washington bar members are preferred. 2-4 years of experience in patent prosecution are preferr...
Intellectual Property Associate (CS or EE)
The candidate must have 2+ years experience, including either Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering in the software engineering industry. Some experience handling patent counseling, licensing or trademark is useful. Must be USPTO barred, and must have excellent academics.