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Santa Monica office seeks patent attorney with 2+ years of experience. A formal degree in Computer Science and/or Electrical Engineering or other technical degree in a related area is required. Candidates should be familiar with patent laws. Admission to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and admission to the California Bar are required.
This California-based legal practice focuses on patent, trademark and copyright law. The firm has been in business for over 30 years and has twelve very skilled attorneys. Areas of practice are trade secrets, licensing, trademarks-copyrights, patents and intellectual property cost control-transactional legal services.
Los Angeles office seeks intellectual property law attorneys with specific technical and legal backgrounds and a book of business. Electrical engineering degree or equivalent preferred. Candidates must be admitted to the California and Patent Bar and have 5-7 years of experience.
This intellectual property law firm strives to accommodate both business facts and the law in order to devise a legal solution that satisfies the business objectives of its clients. The firm's attorneys represent their clients in all types of transactional, prosecution, and litigation matters related to copyrights, patents, trade dress, trademarks, trade secrets, and Internet-related legal matters. Their effective legal strategies help them to provide affordable, high-quality legal services in a client-oriented environment.
Los Angeles office seeks patent attorney having 3-5 years of experience in patent prosecution, patent drafting, domestic filings and foreign filings. The candidate should have an electrical engineering degree. Wireless and communications technical experience and experience before the USPTO also required. Membership in the CA Bar is essential.
With offices in three states, this firm has almost thirty practice groups, including bankruptcy and financial restructuring, corporate, finance, government relations, healthcare, international, and litigation. Therefore, it is always on the lookout for attorneys who can broaden the firm's expertise, strengthen its service to existing clients, and enhance its prospects for new clients. The recruiters here prefer candidates with character, sound judgment, and leadership potential as well as excellent writing skills and academic credentials.
Los Angeles office seeks foreign patent attorney to prepare and prosecute domestic and Korean patent applications before the USPTO and the Korean Intellectual Property Office. The candidate will provide infringement analyses, litigation and licensing support. Work with clients to identify important technologies and strategic applications. Conduct substantive review of disclosures and participate in disclosure review meetings. Law license from a US jurisdiction is required. License to practice before the Korean Intellectual Property Office is essential.
This large boutique firm has offices in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Their practice is broad-ranging, from all aspects of patent, trademark, and copyright law, to advice on entertainment law, security interests in intellectual property, and related aspects of commercial law and other legal areas dealing with technology. We've been told that they have a test that everyone must take before interviewing, and it's quite difficult. The firm's clients range from individual inventors and start-up companies to some of the world's largest multinational corporations. While there are some negative comments about the hours required, the hours seem commensurate with the salary, firm quality and work required.
Glendale office is seeking a patent prosecution attorney with 1-4 years of current software-related patent prosecution experience at a law firm. Candidate should have experience handling complicated software algorithms. Candidate should have substantive prosecution experience. Candidate must have an advanced degree and be PTO registered.
Here's a prestigious L.A.-area law firm with a strong emphasis on what is probably the most sought after practice of the 21st Century: intellectual law. This firm is in what we believe is the best area of Los Angeles and if you work here you will not have a commute more than 5 minutes unless you are crazy and want to live in another area of town. The area where this firm is has three big pluses (1) great schools, and (2) affordable housing, and (3) safe neighborhoods. Prepare for a full book of business with national and international clients involving trademark secrets, copyrights, trademarks, patents and unfair competition. They are especially interested in hiring attorneys with technical expertise. This firm encourages its associates to participate in local civic affairs and events. There are some really nice people here and, if you want to practice IP law (this firm does other things as well), this may be the place for you.
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