U.S. Patent Prosecution Attorney
The candidate should have B.S. degree or higher in Engineering or Physics. Must have background and/or experience in semiconductor technology, telecommunications, automotive technology, or rechargeable batteries.
Patent Associate (physics)
The candidate should have a B.S. in Physics and a minimum of three years of patent preparation and prosecution experience. Admission to a state bar and USPTO registration is required. Successful candidates have strong academic credentials and excellent research, writing, analytical, and communication skills, as well as a desire to work in a collegial atmosphere with an emphasis on training, significant client contact, and a wide range of work, in...
Intellectual Property - Software, EE or Computer Science Associate
The candidate will be involved in all aspects of patent preparation and prosecution and have 1-4 years of experience. Should have degree in Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, or related degrees and/or substantial industry experience. Excellent academic credentials, strong writing skills and professional recommendations.