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New York City office of our client seeks patent agent with 3-5 years of experience. The candidate will draft and prosecute patent applications before the USTPO and other patent offices throughout the world, including working with firm attorneys and clients. Will initiate and interpret patentability searches, including ability to conduct chemical structure searches. Assist attorneys in preparation of opinions relating to patent validity and infringement. Assist attorney in support of chemical and pharmaceutical litigation matters. Must have Doctorate in Molecular Biology or other related sciences. Relevant industry experience and an undergraduate or graduate degree in electrical engineering or computer science is strongly preferred, though other technical engineering degrees will also be considered. Specialization in Molecular Biology, Cell Physiology, Pharmacology is essential. Should be a Member of the Patent Bar.
Located on the Avenue of the Americas in midtown Manhattan, this firm's attorneys handle huge transactions, complex litigation, and sensitive international matters. Their New York clients include more than 30 major financial institutions and a variety of Fortune 500 corporations. Attorneys here are given competitive salaries and do sophisticated work in a friendly, personable office environment. The firm is internally organized by practice teams to facilitate management and client service. Each attorney is a member of one of the firm's practice teams in order to focus on specific practice areas and industries. Cross-Team and cross-office participation is strongly encouraged and many employees draw freely on the firm's national resources, working closely with their colleagues in other office locations. Associates are given tremendous responsibility, but the firm always seeks to balance workload and the quality of life of its associates and partners. The firm also considers requests for flexible work hours and a number of associates have elected to work part-time. In addition to work, this firm makes time for pro bono work and community service.
New York City office of our client seeks junior to mid-level patent agent with 2-5 years of experience. The candidate will be preparing and prosecuting patent applications, contributing to prosecution strategy, providing technical and legal research and analysis with respect to matters pending before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, providing technical support for patent interference and litigation proceedings. Should have a background in chemistry/chemical engineering/metallurgy/materials. USPTO registration is preferred.
Practice areas served at the New York-based office are across-the-board. A sizable team of three-hundred legal professionals including talented attorneys and governmental experts comprise the law practice. Corporate transactional work, financial restructuring-bankruptcy, litigation, real estate, intellectual property, and governmental affairs are some of their practice disciplines. Attorneys are highly-versed in restructurings, and governmental affairs. They are involved in various community outreach endeavors during the year.
New York City office of our client seeks patent agent with 2-3 years of experience in patent preparation, prosecution, and opinion work in the chemical and/or pharmaceutical fields. The candidate must possess a four-year degree in chemistry or similar technology area. Membership to the Patent Bar is required.
Although more commonly thought of as a Washington, DC, firm, this New York office has many of the same practice areas. As this firm continues to grow its New York office, this is a tremendous opportunity for associates to get in on the ground floor in terms of shaping the character of the office. We like the litigation work that is being done in this office, as it has a decidedly corporate bent, with an emphasis on securities litigations. A down-to-earth group of attorneys, this office should emerge as a practice unto itself over time.
New York City office of our client seeks biotech patent agent with relevant experience. The candidate will perform a variety of patent-related activities, primarily in the areas of patent prosecution, opinion drafting, freedom to operate analysis, and due diligence work. Will assess scientific literature, patents and patent application documents, each encompassing a variety of scientific fields, including molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry, chemistry, pharmacology, and computational biology. Understand, critique and provide insightful opinion on scientific data relating to inventions. Conduct comprehensive search for scientific articles, patents and patent application documents relevant to the subject of an invention. Perform in-depth analysis comparing an invention with existing discoveries or inventions. Identify essential elements, features or components of an invention. Compose patent applications comprising a comprehensive background of the field of an invention, a description of critical features and components of the invention, and a set of claims clearly and distinctly defining the invention. Draft responses to rejection of a patent application for an invention from the United States Patent and Trademark Office and other worldwide Patent Offices, providing detailed analysis of the scientific or patent references cited in the rejection, assessing the difference between the invention and the citations, and presenting convincing arguments and reasoning why the patent application is to be allowed as a patent. Collaborate with colleagues on various projects; adapt effectively in different team environment; present ideas, reasoning and conclusions in a concise way to colleagues; provide insightful feedback and arguments to colleagues on their ideas. Work with clients in prosecuting patent applications; formulate and ask clients questions essential to clarifying the distinct features or properties of the invention; investigate and respond promptly to clients' inquiries about the prosecution of patent applications. Must have a Ph.D. or Master's degree in Molecular Biology or Biochemistry. Knowledge in the following scientific fields of molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry, pharmacology, and computational biology is essential.
This mid-sized New York law firm is a multidisciplinary firm with a regional, national and international practice. Attorneys deliver professional legal services in traditional areas such as litigation, business law, real estate, public finance, commercial law, tax, financial planning and labor. Associates begin their first year with an extensive orientation program and then are assigned a mid-level associate in their practice area who will serve as a mentor throughout the first year. There is an entrepreneurial spirit throughout the work environment. Attorneys here are guided by an abiding respect for professional excellence and collegiality while emerging as an active, innovative and progressive law firm.
Patent Agent - Life Sciences Attorney jobs in New York City, New York
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