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Boston office of our client seeks materials science patent agent with 1-4 years of experience. The candidate must hold a degree in Materials Science (or Chemical Engineering with significant experience with materials science). Must preferably have experience with mechanical and electromechanical technologies. Must be in good standing and an active member of the MA State Bar. Should be registered to practice before the Patent Office. Legal
Strong writing, research, and communication skills required. Must hold a JD degree from an ABA-approved law school. Must have strong academic background.
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.1 2018-07-16 17:39:30
Boston office of our client seeks biotechnology or pharmaceutical patent agent with 1+ years of patent preparation and prosecution experience. The candidate will join the firm's pre-eminent, national Intellectual Property Department's Chemical, Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Practice Group. Must hold an advanced degree in Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Chemistry, Immunology, or a related field. Admission before the USPTO will be required. Legal
The candidate must have immediately transferable skills, with a strong academic background, excellent written and oral communication skills,
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.1 2018-07-11 21:48:23
Boston office of our client seeks technology specialist with 2-5 years of patent prosecution experience. The candidate should have a PhD in chemistry or closely related field. USPTO registration is strongly preferred. Previous experience in pharmaceuticals and a degree or strong background in organic or synthetic chemistry is a plus. Legal
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.2 2018-07-02 23:11:47
Boston office of our client seeks patent agent/advisor with 1+ year of legal experience. The candidate will conduct prior art database searches for patentability and freedom to operate analyses. Will analyze patent and scientific papers and documents to assist patent attorneys on patent prosecution, counseling, and litigation. Draft patent applications and responses to office actions; and advise lawyers on technology issues in preparation for depositions. Should have a Ph.D. in organic chemistry. Must be focused on patent counseling, prosecution, and litigation practice. Broad scientific knowledge in biotechnology or related field is required. Must be a registered USPTO patent agent or eligible to sit for the USPTO registration exam and otherwise meet the requirements for registration as a patent agent. Legal
Creative lawyering in a laid back environment is big draw for associates at this Amlaw firm. This California-based firm is highly regarded as one of the most innovative firms in the market. The firm is best known for its technology work and life sciences clients, and is generally recognized as the top legal provider for emerging companies. The California culture of the firm fosters a collaborative and social workplace, while the sophisticated training and meaningful attorney mentorship help develop associates into world class lawyers.1 2017-08-11 19:11:21
Boston office of our client seeks junior IP patent agent with 1-3 years of experience. The candidate should have technical background in chemistry. Some experience drafting and prosecuting patent applications and conducting IP due diligence and FTO analyses is required. Advanced degree required (PhD preferred; will consider an MS with substantial industry experience). Registration with the USPTO is required; prior firm experience is preferred. Legal
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.1 2017-09-15 18:58:34
Boston office of our client seeks patent agent with 1-3 years of experience. The candidate should have Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering or computer science. Strong chemistry background with Ph.D. preferred. Legal
Although this firm bills itself out as full service, it is in fact a well-diversified technology boutique. This medium-sized office is happy to handle corporate formation, mergers and acquisitions, and technology transactions, but generally only for clients who originally came to the firm for the 'pure' intellectual property practice--patent prosecution, litigation, and trademark work. With more non-specialists than most intellectual property firms, the environment here is much more entrepreneurial and business minded than some practices we've seen. And, despite an institutional mentoring program, associates here are trained with early responsibility and the need for each attorney to work on large client files, regardless of that attorney's practice area. Good salary and down to earth partners have kept associates here since the days of their summer clerkship--a pretty remarkable feat.1 2018-06-27 00:51:33
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