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Location New Jersey - Shrewsbury
Job ID FHYE133751
IP - Patent - Chemistry
Shrewsbury office of our client seeks polymer chemist patent attorney with 2+ years of experience practicing in the chemical arts. The candidate will be preparing and prosecuting patent applications with the primary focus on the protection of inventions relating to the chemical arts such as polymer, elastomer, and latex compositions. Will be performing landscape analysis, freedom-to-operate investigations, and patentability searches under the guidance of experienced patent professionals. Bachelor's degree in chemistry, chemical engineering, or relevant scientific experience is needed. Should have experience in chemical patent preparation and prosecution. International patent prosecution experience, design patent, and mechanical background may be helpful. Must be registered to practice before the USPTO. Should have admission to one U.S. State Bar.
The candidate must have JD degree from an accredited law school.
This law firm provides quality commercial and intellectual property services for businesses. Their areas of practice counseling, copyright law, commercial law, offshore patent drafting, trademark prosecution, and patent prosecution. Their offices are located in Shrewsbury, NJ; San Jose, CA; and Bangalore, India.
Your information will not be forwarded to any employers at this time. A recruiter will contact you with more information once our internal review of your resume is completed.
125 Park Avenue, 25th floorNew York,New York 10017
Phone (212) 232-0277
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