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Location Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh
Job ID UN8E195590
IP - Patent - Molecular BiologyIP - Patent - ChemistryIP - Patent - Biochemistry
Pittsburgh office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks Associate Patent Attorney with 1-4 years of experience in chemistry. The candidate must have an undergraduate or graduate degree in chemistry, chemical engineering, biochemistry, molecular biology, or related field. Must have experience: preparing and drafting patent applications; responding to official communications (e.g., Office Actions) from the US and international patent and trademark offices; preparing patentability, infringement, and inventorship opinions; correspondence with clients regarding patent applications and Office Actions; working with paralegals on docket issues, meeting deadlines, and producing results; and patent litigation support. Patent prosecution experience is also required. Admission to practice in New York or Pennsylvania is preferred, with ideal candidates also being admitted to practice before the USPTO.
The candidate must have excellent academic credentials. Strong analytical abilities, superb written and oral communication skills are required.
A terrific national firm with an especially strong Mid-Atlantic presence, this firm is known for empowering associates with substantive work early on in their careers. The firm boasts strong corporate, litigation, and intellectual property departments, as well as a newly minted and fast-growing Health Sciences Department.
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125 Park Avenue, 25th floorNew York,New York 10017
Phone (212) 232-0277
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