Patent Search Attorney – Large Corporation – Evanston, Ill.

Cardinal Intellectual Property, an Intellectual Property Search and Services company, is seeking a Patent Search Attorney to work in its Evanston, Illinois office. We are particularly looking for those who have a background in Computer Science and/or Electrical Engineering to fill this technical need. This role is an integral part of our Private Client Services (PCS) team and works intimately with clients in order to ensure requirements are met and high quality Private Client searches and projects are delivered. This includes, but is not limited to:

• Developing complete and timely quotes/estimates for PCS clients
• Drafting instructions and compensation details per client requirements
• Fielding questions from clients regarding CIP work product
• Assisting clients through troubleshooting and implementing solutions
• Providing assistance to analytical and sales teams where necessary and needed
• Final review of searches to assure high quality
• Performing PCS searches

Desired Skills & Experience:
• JD Required
• Must be a Patent Attorney and/or Patent Agent
• Technical Degree is required
• Electrical Engineering and/or Computer Science background is a major plus
• Prior patent experience in a law firm
• Prior industrial experience a plus
• Trademark experience is a major plus

Apply online by visiting this link: Cardinal Intellectual Property, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Additional Info:
Employer Type: Large Corporation
Job Location: Evanston, Illinois

Cardinal Intellectual Property, is an Intellectual Property Search and Services company. Our staff includes scientists, patent agents, attorneys, and former patent examiners who conduct thorough, in-depth patent research and analysis. We also provide intellectual property monitoring and IP docketing services. Visit our website,, for more information.

Company Culture:
Our corporate culture is entrepreneurial, self-confident and informal. The atmosphere is creative, fast-paced and focused on growth. We work to foster an environment that promotes innovation, appreciates diversity of thought that creates new opportunities for development.

About Dennis Crouch

Law Professor at the University of Missouri School of Law. Co-director of the Center for Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship.