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Richardson office of our client seeks IP transactional attorney with experience. The candidate should have a college degree in electrical engineering, computer sciences, computer engineering, mechanical engineering, or physics. Legal and/or technical experience with control systems, robotics, and/or medical systems is a plus. Must have skills in patent application preparation and prosecution. Legal
Must have a strong academic credentials and excellent writing skills, and should enjoy working with others in a team-oriented setting.
This firm has a very solid reputation in the State of Texas and has an equally strong presence in the rest of the country. The firm seems to consistently score very well on associate quality of life surveys, and many associates throughout Texas consider working at this firm to be an ultimate of sorts. While we have a high degree of enthusiasm for this firm, and it is certainly strong in most practice areas, it is worth noting that the billable hours generated by the associates practicing here do appear to be consistently quite high. Even the Mexico City office of this firm has a real Texas mentality to it. Getting a position in this firm is no easy task, and the firm does fairly consistently look for top grades and credentials. Additionally, we believe that there is a high degree of diversity within this firm, and that the firm makes a solid effort to foster diversity within the workplace. The old adage No one ever got fired for choosing IBM could be reworded for this firm to state that No one ever made a serious career mistake going here. That is true. If you like to work hard, enjoy sophisticated work, and want to be part of a powerful firm with a lot of significant heritage in the State of Texas, this may be the place for you.2 2018-06-06 18:28:27
Austin office of our client seeks intellectual property associate attorney with 2-5 years of experience in patent preparation and prosecution. The candidate must be a member of the Patent Bar and have a degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, or a closely related discipline. Relevant technological experience with wireless communications, software, cloud computing, computer security, artificial intelligence, network technologies, display technology, and/or consumer electronics is preferred. Legal
The product of a recent transatlantic merger, this firm is a truly global force, with offices across the U.S., Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. This full-service firm is strong in the areas of corporate, mergers and acquisitions, litigation, energy and infrastructure, finance, employment law, construction, intellectual property, real estate, and tax. With a staggering number of Fortune 100 companies as clients, this firm is well-poised for continued growth. Associates who join this firm can expect complex work and sophisticated matters.2 2018-10-30 22:24:15
Austin office seeks patent associate attorney with 3-6 years of strong prosecution experience, and a technical background in electrical engineering, computer science, or computer engineering. Industry experience in a technical field and advanced technical degrees are also of particular interest. Legal
The firm's area of specialization is intellectual property law. It has offices based in eleven states across the U.S. Disciplines consist of three core areas of practice. Patent prosecution, claim mapping and opinion-consulting work are the firm's practice areas. More than eighty-five adept lawyers and a skilled support group make up the firm. A few of the firm's practice industries are biotechnology-pharmaceuticals, clean technologies and software.3 2010-11-23 04:41:03
Austin office seeks attorney with patent preparation and prosecution experience. The candidate will be responsible for preparing and prosecuting patent applications. Should preferably have a B.S. or higher degree in computer science, computer engineering, or electrical engineering. Must be registered in the US. Legal
As a firm, their sole emphasis is on protecting their clients Intellectual Property rights. As experts in the field, they know everything about the IP industry and represent each client to the fullest capacity. Working out of one office in Texas, their lawyers handle cases involving trade secrets, patent portfolio development, trademarks, copyright maters and management. They are known best for their advising in IP licensing and litigation as well as patent portfolio development.2 2015-06-04 06:20:36
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