Senior Patent Chemistry Attorney Job in Seattle, WA Near Me - 284534 |

Senior Patent Chemistry Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location Washington - Seattle

Job ID WXUF284534

Experience Level Councel/Income Partner

Job Experience Min. 15 - Max. 18 Years

Ranking 4 : Medium to Large Business $$$$

Estimated Salary Highest Salary Band in the Market

Practice Areas IP - Patent - ChemistryIP - Patent - Organic chemistryIP - Patent - Pharmacology

2023-07-17 03:29:10

Seattle office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a senior patent chemistry attorney with 15+ years of experience in all phases of chemical patent practice with specialties in pharmaceuticals (small molecules and biologics), diagnostics, and materials science, a license to practice law in at least one state, preferably Washington, and admittance to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The candidate will be serving in patent preparation and prosecution with a basic knowledge of patenting in Europe, Japan, and China, patent licensing, opinion drafting, and conducting due diligence. Will be working closely with clients, inventors, and firm attorneys. Drafting patent applications and working with the USPTO to resolve patent examiner questions; Patent licensing. Assisting clients with patent infringement issues. Providing support to the litigation department. Advising clients on the use and protection of patents. Assisting clients with identifying the nature of their intellectual property. Monitoring existing and proposed patents. Attending meetings and conducting conference calls with clients and contacts in the United States and overseas. Dealing with general inquiries on patent protection. Filing domestic and international patent applications. Handling patent renewals. Must have an advanced degree in organic chemistry, and a J.D. from an accredited law school. Should have industry experience of 2+ years in organic chemistry. Patent experience in the pharmaceutical industry is a plus. Should be Licensed to practice in at least one state, preferably Washington. Must be admitted to practice before the USPTO.

The candidate should have superior analytical, communication, and interpersonal skills, as well as an ability to develop and expand internal and external relationships. Must excel in a team environment, as well as be a motivated self-starter who works well under pressure, with the flexibility to thrive in a fast-paced environment. Strong business development skills are essential.

Does intellectual property law and litigation pique your interest? This booming Pacific Northwest boutique firm has the book of business you are looking for. Heighten your professional goals and learning curve while working on a wide variety of intellectual property cases with a preeminent group of noted attorneys. In our opinion, this firm is one of the premier players in the intellectual property field. Almost uniformly, associates at this firm give it high marks for the work it does in the intellectual property field. The firm is quite selective but it motivates many attorneys to truly want to practice here because the firm operates at such a high level. The firm's client base extends throughout the United States and internationally.

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