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Palo Alto office seeks junior to mid-level patent prosecution agent with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate will serve in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications. Will serve in the IP strategy and portfolio management. Must have strong scientific background, preferably at the graduate level, in chemistry. USPTO Registration is required. State Bar membership is essential.
This vigorous, multi-national juggernaut splits its business into several practice areas, including corporate finance, labor and employment, environmental, technology licensing, litigation, patent and intellectual property, tax, and real estate. The firm boasts particularly strong intellectual property and intellectual property litigation practices. The firm's clients include private and public companies in a number of diverse fields, such as computer hardware and software, telecommunications, biotechnology, investment banking, and transportation. Despite its size and impressive stature within the legal community, insiders claim the firm maintains a "small firm" culture – associates are neither competitive nor pretentious and the firm itself is notoriously unhierarchical. Although the firm will never initiate salary hikes, compensation is competitive, and billable hour pressure is manageable.
Patent Agents/Technical Specialists Attorney jobs in California
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