Patent Attorney Mechanical Salaries

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$114.6K

The average salary for Patent Attorney Mechanical Jobs is $114,632*.

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Patent Attorney Mechanical Jobs and Salaries in Top Cities

Job Title
Electrical Engineering Attorney / Mechanical Attorney / Physics Attorney / Biotechnology Attorney / Chemistry Attorney in Atlanta, GA
Date
Jun 11, 2021
Location
Atlanta, GA
Description
Ip Associate The candidate routinely required to: Provide thorough factual and legal...
Job Title
Electrical Engineering Attorney / Mechanical Attorney / Physics Attorney / Biotechnology Attorney / Chemistry Attorney in Houston, TX
Date
Jun 11, 2021
Location
Houston, TX
Description
Ip Associate The candidate routinely required to: Provide thorough factual and legal...
Job Title
Electrical Engineering Attorney / Mechanical Attorney / Physics Attorney / Biotechnology Attorney / Chemistry Attorney in New York City, NY
Date
Jun 11, 2021
Location
New York City, NY
Description
Ip Associate The candidate routinely required to: Provide thorough factual and legal...
Job Title
Electrical Engineering Attorney / Mechanical Attorney / Biochemistry Attorney / Chemistry Attorney in Warrenton, VA
Date
Jun 10, 2021
Location
Warrenton, VA
Description
Senior Patent Attorney The candidate must have prosecution experience in chemical, b...
Job Title
Patent Associate (mechanical Engineering)
Date
Jun 10, 2021
Location
Louisville, KY
Description
Patent Associate (mechanical engineering) The candidate should have B.S. in Mechanic...
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