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Location North Carolina - Cary
Job ID CVJV135232
IP - Patent - Electrical Engineering
Cary office of our client seeks electrical engineering attorney with 1-4 years of IP experience.
Based in North Carolina, this mid-sized patent legal firm specializes in patent preparation and prosecution, patent infringement, patent re-examination and reissue, validity, patent portfolio analysis, and freedom to operate opinions and due diligence analysis for acquisitions and mergers. Their experienced attorneys provide each client with quality and best-in-class legal services by combining enthusiasm with ability and integrity. The attorneys at the firm have the technical experience and understanding required to understand and protect the client?s rights.
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Cary office of our client seeks patent attorney with 4+ years of experience in patent application drafting and patent prosecution. The candidate should have strong background in circuit design and/or signal processing. Must have a background in electrical engineering. Advanced degree is preferred.
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Cary office of our client seeks patent prosecution attorney with experience. The candidate should have an electrical engineering degree.
Cary office seeks patent attorney having a background in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, or mechanical engineering or significant industry experience in a related field.
400 Perimeter Center Ter NE Ste 900Atlanta,Georgia 30346
Fax (213) 895-7306
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