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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks patent agent/technical specialist with experience. The candidate will be working with clients to identify inventions, assisting attorneys in preparing and prosecuting patent applications, assisting attorneys in patent searching and patent analysis, and providing technical assistance to attorneys in intellectual property litigation and intellectual property transaction. Must preferably have an advanced degree in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, immunology, or pharmacology. Patent Bar admission is desirable. Legal
Strong academic credentials, as well as outstanding organizational, interpersonal and writing skills, are required.
This enormous Washington, DC, firm offers a surprising amount of immediate client contact for junior level attorneys given its even partner/associate ratio. Although this firm's attorneys total in the hundreds world-wide, the Washington, DC, office is a collaborative effort. Especially solid in international trade and energy law, this firm wants its associate to get ready to roll up their sleeves. Associates will have no shortage of work to do, but will be well compensated. This firm is one of the best in Washington, DC, with all the benefits of a big firm. Hoped you studied hard and made a lot of friends, because the firm emphasizes academic grades and friendliness in its new hires.2 2018-10-15 16:42:41
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks chemistry patent agent with experience. The candidate will work under the supervision and guidance of senior associates and partners in the Intellectual Property section and 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 chemical subjects, including organic, synthetic, and medicinal chemistry, as well as material science and related biological areas, including crystallography and biochemistry. Understand, critique and provide insightful opinion on scientific data relating to inventions. Conduct a 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, feature 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 (particularly Markush-type 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 indifferent 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 degree in medicinal or organic chemistry. Should have knowledge in the following scientific fields: medicinal, organic and peptide chemistry as applied to biological sciences. Legal
Demonstrated scientific writing ability using proper grammar and vocabulary which also includes the following skills: Analyzing and explaining abstract scientific concepts and terms; synthesizing a large amount of scientific or technological literature into a systematic and concise description of the state of the art; differentiating and describing important differences among related scientific discoveries or technological breakthroughs. Demonstrated skills verbally presenting scientific concepts, terms, and discoveries to wide audiences, including scientists and non-scientists is essential. Must be resident in the Washington, D.C office.
Based in Boston, this firm is among the fastest growing firms in the land. With a huge, posh, Washington office, this firm presents a unique opportunity to take advantage of their growth in a variety of areas, especially Intellectual Property and litigation. Great pay and benefits provide a nice incentive to contribute to this firm's success!2 2018-09-27 03:24:10
Washington, D.C. 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 DC 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 national firm is getting bigger and better by the day--almost. Additions to this firm's national practice are always strategic and always positive. So thoughtful is this firm in its expansion, it is hard to identify one practice area that leads the pack in this large, full-service Washington office. Look to its intellectual property group to gain momentum in the near future, and start to make a significant contribution soon. Despite the firm's growth, it has managed to retain a calm, friendly but businesslike environment, a real plus to go along with the excellent pay and benefits.1 2018-07-16 17:41:35
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks biotechnology or pharmaceutical patent agent with 2+ years of patent preparation and prosecution experience. The candidate should have major law firm experience and/or industry experience. Must hold an advanced degree in Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, 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 national firm is getting bigger and better by the day--almost. Additions to this firm's national practice are always strategic and always positive. So thoughtful is this firm in its expansion, it is hard to identify one practice area that leads the pack in this large, full-service Washington office. Look to its intellectual property group to gain momentum in the near future, and start to make a significant contribution soon. Despite the firm's growth, it has managed to retain a calm, friendly but businesslike environment, a real plus to go along with the excellent pay and benefits.2 2018-09-28 00:45:54
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks patent agent with relevant experience. The candidate should preferably have advanced degree in the biological or chemical sciences. Legal
This Washington D.C. intellectual property law firm aims to give its clients responsive and cost-effective services. The firm's attorneys have advanced physical and biological science degrees.2 2015-10-01 10:57:58
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