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Orlando office seeks attorney having 1-6 years of experience. The candidate should have an electrical engineering degree.
This small Orlando firm is a major player on the nationwide IP front. The firm is consistently a member of Intellectual Property Today's top 100 firms for patent and trademark productivity. The firm also has strong business litigaton and securities litigation and arbitration practices. All five named partners are AV-rated attorneys and other partners and associates have earned professional honors as well.
Gainesville office of our client seeks patent attorney with relevant experience. The candidate will draft and prosecute patent applications relating to semiconductors, circuits, computer architecture and/or software. Will also counsel clients and draft opinions. Bachelor's degree or higher in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or related field is essential.
This Florida-based law firm was formed more than thirty years ago and specializes in all aspects of intellectual property law. It is comprised of a team of highly skilled attorneys and support staff and represents clients across the world. Some of the firm's core areas of expertise are patents, trademarks, and domain names. An equal opportunity employer, this AV-rated firm encourages diversity and inclusion at the workplace.
Melbourne office of our client seeks patent attorney with 2-3 years of experience. The candidate will be drafting patent applications, responding to PTO Office actions, managing IDS procedures, as well as litigation support involving IP rights. Must have a B.S. in Engineering from an accredited university. Admission to a State Bar, and admission to practice before the USPTO is essential. General patent preparation and prosecution experience in the fields of electrical, electro-mechanical, semiconductor, mechanical or software is essential. Portable clients are a plus.
This national law firm was founded over a decade ago to deal with a variety of complex legal issues for families and communities. Their areas of practice include mediation, patents, trade secrets, foreclosure, healthcare, insurance law, copyrights, eminent domain, litigation, and more. Their offices are located in Melbourne, FL and Alexandria, VA.
Ft. Lauderdale office is seeking a patent prosecution attorney with 3-5 years of experience from an AmLaw 100 firm. A technical background is required, preferably from one of the following areas: mechanical engineering, optical physics, materials science, electrical engineering, system integration, software, cloud computing, biomedical engineering, etc. Candidates must be admitted to the USPTO and have experience with patent application preparation and/or prosecution.
This innovative company has an office located in Dania Beach, Florida. They are striving to change the relationship humans have with technology, which will allow them to focus more on things in life that matter, such as friends and family.
Intellectual Property - Patent - Hard Sciences Attorney jobs in Florida
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