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Patent Attorney Salaries

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$96.1K

The average salary for Patent Attorney Jobs is $96,161*.

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Patent Attorney Jobs and Salaries in Top Cities

Job Title
Patent Counsel Ii - Crhf
Date
Jul 20, 18
Location
Mounds View, MN
Description
Patent Counsel II - CRHF The candidate will be preparing and prosecuting U.S. and fo...
 
Job Title
Computer Engineering Attorney / Computer Science Attorney in Endicott, NY
Date
Jul 20, 18
Location
Endicott, NY
Description
Patent Attorney The candidate will perform patent procurement work on a wide variety...
 
Job Title
IP Patent Attorney with 2-4 years of prosecution experience
Date
Jul 19, 18
Location
San Diego, CA
Description
San Diego office seeks patent prosecution attorney having 2-4 years of patent prosecu...
 
Job Title
Patent Attorney with semiconductor experience
Date
Jul 19, 18
Location
Woodbury, NY
Description
Woodbury office of our client seeks patent attorney with relevant experience. The can...
 
Job Title
Patent Attorney with 2+ years of IP experience
Date
Jul 19, 18
Location
Summit, NJ
Description
Summit office of our client seeks patent attorney with 2+ years of IP experience in h...
 
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