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Patent Prosecution Attorney
The candidate will work on prosecuting patent applications, preparing patent opinion letters, providing intellectual property counseling to clients, and conducting patent due diligence studies in connections with business transactions. An advanced degree is required. Should have 2-5 years of experience. Should have a background in organic chemistry, molecular biology, biochemistry, pharmacology or chemical engineering.
Patent Prosecution Associate
The candidate will assist on patent drafting and prosecution, IP counseling and opinion work. Must have 2 plus years of experience and have a degree in Organic Chemistry, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology or Chemical Engineering. Must have an advanced degree.
IP Life Sciences Patent Prosecution Attorney
Responsibilities : The candidate will provide strategic advice and counsel on the development of clientsâ€™ patent assets, evaluating the intellectual property and technology of merger targets, and drafting and prosecuting new patent applications.
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IP Patent Attorney - Organic Chemistry and Small Molecules
The candidate should have strong academic credentials. Should have an advanced degree specifically in Organic Chemistry (Ph.D. or Master's degree), small molecule knowledge, and recent (related) patent prosecution experience. Must have 2+ years of law firm experience. Admission to the Patent Bar may be preferred. J.D. degree is required.