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Boston office of our client seeks electronics patent agent with 1-3 years of patent preparation and prosecution experience. The candidate should have a degree in Computer Science or a related field. Must have law firm and/or industry experience, including significant programming with one or more different languages and development environments, and will have worked with one or more of the following: big data related databases, processing algorithms and analytics tools, computer programming with memory management and/or web based service APIs, database management and applications, mobile application development, TCP/IP network programming and optimization, virtualization software and data center infrastructure software and cloud based technologies. Admission before the USPTO is required.
This firm is fairly large nationally, with a mid-sized Boston office. The practice in the Boston office is fairly similar to that of the firm nationwide: good labor and employment work, health care, and general corporate and securities work. The attorneys here do complain that they occasionally feel a bit like a franchise, not seeing a good deal of overall unity. Nonetheless, the Boston and New York offices are fairly well connected and together cover most major practice areas. The advantages here are practice areas that get high points for interest from associates. That being said, these practice areas, like employment defense, are not big revenue drivers. Therefore, the salaries here are decidedly less than the big firm market, although not below market in general.
Boston office of our client seeks technology specialist with 1-3 years of patent prosecution experience. The candidate should have strong background in mechanical or biomedical engineering.
The Washington D.C. office for this firm offers legal professionals careers in emerging technology and law. Their intellectual property practice includes consumer electronics, telecommunications, and internet litigation and prosecution. They take many cases to trial in federal court and International Trade Commission settings. This firm also manages a variety of electrical and mechanical technologies, nanotechnology, software, and medical devices cases before the FCC, FTC, FDA, and other federal agencies. This firm is always searching for premier candidates to add to their ever-changing IP team.
Boston office of our client seeks patent agent with 2-4 of experience. The candidate should have B.S. in EE. Advanced degree is preferred. Must have a strong technical background in electrical engineering or computer science. Experience drafting and prosecuting patent applications is required. Some litigation and/or post-grant experience desired. Registration with the USPTO is preferred.
This large Boston firm has a surprisingly good government and regulatory practice, with the added bonus that their attorneys do not have to split their work with Washington DC lawyers in the same practice. This is a firm made up of well-rounded but most certainly well-pedigreed attorneys who come off unusually polished and professional. Associates here are generally quite satisfied, if not a little put off by what at times can be a bit of a competitive environment, both inside and outside the office. The strengths are that associates generally know whether they are 'on track' to make partner, and work in an environment that is designed with the appropriate mentoring and support staff to help associate development and training along.
Boston office of our client seeks electrical technical specialist with relevant experience. The candidate will serve in preparing patent applications for filing with the USPTO. Will serve in evaluating the underlying technology of inventions; litigation support; and providing technical assistance on projects. Should have a background in electrical engineering, mathematics, physics, telecommunications, or computer science/engineering. Patent prosecution experience is preferred.
This full-service intellectual property firm has been around for over 50 years. They put their clients first by protecting, advocating, leveraging their ideas, speaking their language, and listening. They have legal and technical experience in pretty much every technology and industry.
Boston office seeks patent agent having a scientific and/or technical background (especially Ph.D. and engineer) with an interest in patent prosecution.
This law firm was started in the early 1850s and has offices in New York, Boston, Denver, Overland Park, Boulder, Springfield, Chicago, Kansas, Los Angeles, St. Louis and Jefferson City. Its practice areas are environmental, wealth strategies, labor and employment, real estate, banking and creditor?s rights litigation, energy, toxic and mass tort, intellectual property, tax and employee benefits, healthcare, product liability, medical malpractice and personal injury, government relations and policyholder and insurance coverage.
Patent Agent - Hard Sciences Attorney jobs in Massachusetts
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