Rabin & Berdo, PC, an intellectual property law office in Washington, DC, is seeking a patent attorney to prepare and prosecute patent applications. We are a boutique IP law firm specializing in United States patent preparation, prosecution and counseling. The firm represents clients working on the cutting edge of a wide range of technologies, including network technology, software, data storage, Internet applications, wireless and other communications, and digital signal processing. Potential candidates are referred to the our website for further information about the firm's practice.
The firm offers a relaxed working environment both in terms of hours and adaptation to family lifestyle, while offering a competitive salary and bonus structure commensurate with education/experience, opportunities for advancement, and benefits including a 401(k) plan, health, dental, vision and long term disability insurance, as well as flexible work hours. Also, an interstate telecommuting option is available for the right candidate. Our goal is maintain the firm as a place where everyone feels intellectually challenged, professionally rewarded, and excited to come to work each day.
The job offers an opportunity for someone with a suitably technical background to develop a rewarding career in intellectual property law. Candidates should have a strong technical background, possess excellent English writing, language and communications skills, pay meticulous attention to detail, have a demonstrated ability to work well with colleagues and clients, and to work efficiently, independently and productively, and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.
We are seeking a Patent Attorney who will be responsible for drafting and prosecuting patent applications in the electrical and computer arts, as well as occasionally preparing patentability, invalidity, and infringement analyses. An advanced degree in electrical engineering, computer science, physics or equivalent experience is preferred. Registration to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is required.
Candidates should have at least three years of patent drafting and prosecution experience in the electrical arts and a background of knowledge or experience facilitating work in a broad range of electrical engineering, computer hardware and software, wireless communications, microprocessors, mobile devices and memory devices, and be able to easily understand circuit diagrams.
To apply, please email Steven Rabin at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employer Type: Law Firm
Job Location: Washington, D.C.