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The candidate should be licensed to practice before the USPTO with 3+ years of prosecution experience. Should be knowledgeable and have experience in: the drafting of new applications, responding to Office Actions, and the matters related to WIPO, EPO, and PCT applications. Associates will be expected to know how to prepare, file, and handle all matters from the USPTO. A 4-year Engineering Degree in electrical, computer, software, chemical, or biomedical is...
IP Patent Prosecution Associate – Electrical Engineering
The candidate will prepare patent ability searches, patent applications for filing with the USPTO, draft Office Action responses, and partner with firm colleagues and client representatives regarding an array of new and exciting technologies. Must have an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering, and preferably, 2+ years of patent prosecution experience. Admission to the Patent Bar is preferred, but not requi...
Patent Attorney / Agent
The candidate should have 2+ years of experience with procurement and prosecution with a great firm in Virginia. Should have B.S. (Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or Physics). Must be registered to practice before the USPTO. Must have drafted 50 Patent Applications.
The candidate should have 2-5 years of experience in a mid to large size practice needed for leading law firm. Must have a technical background with a degree Engineering, Computer Science or Physics.
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