Intellectual Property Litigation Associate Attorney Job in Hartford, CT - 164027 |

Intellectual Property Litigation Associate Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location Connecticut - Hartford

Job ID 42EB164027

Skills IP - Litigation - PhysicsIP - Litigation - MechanicalIP - Litigation - Electrical EngineeringIP - Litigation - Computer Science

2021-01-05 11:42:19

Hartford office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks intellectual property associate attorney with 4-7 years of patent litigation experience. The candidate should have technical background and registration to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Physics or Computer Science background are preferred, with patent prosecution experience highly preferred. CT Bar admission is required.

The candidate must have a superior academic record, and excellent research and writing skills.

This firm has given a lot of thought to the interplay between the New York and the New Jersey legal markets. Although one of the oldest and largest in New Jersey, this firm wants to capture the Manhattan type work at Manhattan type billing rates. Although they are not quite there yet, this firm has developed a structure that enables it to base the bulk of its personnel and resources in New Jersey, and have a small New York space from which to handle the 'big city' work. An interesting plan, to be sure. Associates here raves about the reasonable hours and the immediate responsibility, many of whom deal directly with clients and handle entire cases. This is one of the few New Jersey firms where you will see the reverse commute--attorneys leaving Manhattan to take advantage of pleasant work environment and excellent training ground.

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