“The work environment for attorneys at Jones Robb is excellent. It’s a collegial environment. The membership team is thoughtful and they are great communicators. The work is diverse, no two days are the same.” These thoughts were shared by an attorney during a recent employee survey conducted to test how well we are doing at leading and motivating our employees. What if you had the opportunity to learn and work on a variety of technologies in multiple industry sectors under the mentorship of different partners? Imagine being able to work with different clients, interacting in different ways to solve challenging problems and achieve different client-specific goals. Our attorneys know that working on the same type of work product, in the same discipline can lead to burn out in the patent world. We get it, which is why we are a diverse patent boutique firm with a strong mix of clients and projects, with a team-based approach to the delivery of our services.
Nagoya International Patent Firm is a leading Japanese intellectual property firm located in Nagoya, Japan. We are seeking a U.S. patent attorney having a Juris Doctor (J.D.), admitted to a state bar, and registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. In general, the job will entail reviewing U.S. applications and providing advice on claim drafting and prosecution tactics. The job will also include providing opinions concerning U.S. patents, providing advice/support on litigation and transactional matters, updating our firm’s attorneys on current U.S. practice and legal decisions, providing general advice concerning copyright/trademark matters, and other legal advice. Preferred candidates will have at least 2-5 years of experience working in a law firm or in-house with significant prosecution experience. A degree in mechanical or electrical engineering is preferred, although other disciplines will be considered. The candidate is not required to speak Japanese. A minimum 2-year contract is required. Salary will be negotiated based upon work experience.
Tully Rinckey PLLC has been on the Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies eight times. The firm is currently looking to add IP Partners in its 10 offices across the country. In addition, the firm is interested in hearing from IP Partners in markets where the firm does not already have an office.
Nagoya International Patent Firm is a leading Japanese intellectual property firm located in Nagoya, Japan. We are seeking a U.S. patent attorney having a Juris Doctor (J.D.), admitted to a state bar, and registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. In general, the job will entail reviewing U.S. applications and providing advice on claim drafting and prosecution tactics. The job will also include providing opinions concerning U.S. patents, providing advice/support on litigation and transactional matters, updating our firm’s attorneys on current U.S. practice and legal decisions, providing general advice concerning copyright/trademark matters, and other legal advice.
Dority & Manning, a full-service intellectual property firm, seeks registered patent attorneys and agents with two to four years of relevant experience with degrees in electrical engineering, computer science, computer engineering, chemical engineering, or biochemical engineering. Candidates can expect to work primarily on matters related to patent prosecution and litigation for Fortune 100 companies as well as other national and international clients. The firm’s practice is global in nature, representing major companies in Europe, Korea, Japan, China, South America and in virtually every region of the United States.
Studebaker & Brackett PC, a growing patent firm located in Tysons, VA, a short walk from the Greensboro Metro Station/Silver Line, seeks a qualified, experienced patent attorney or agent with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) for primarily handling patent preparation and prosecution. At a minimum, the candidate must reside in, or willing to relocate to, the DC Metro area, be registered to practice before the USPTO, have at least seven years of patent preparation/prosecution experience, and a proficiency in solid state physics including semiconductor device operation and integrated circuitry.
At Nike, innovation is in our blood. As a key member of the Nike Patent team, the Patent Expert will collaborate closely with our cutting-edge Apparel and Footwear innovation teams. To be successful, the Patent Expert will need to maintain a high level of awareness of current Nike innovations, development projects, production techniques, and materials.
Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, one of the world’s leading international law firms with almost 4000 lawyers and staff in 30 offices is seeking a Patent Agent. This position will reside in the Philadelphia office and will be responsible for advising clients on patent procurement for both U.S. and international enterprises, ranging from small startups to Fortune 500 companies.
Oliff PLC, a full service IP Law firm with offices in Alexandria, Virginia, is seeking Patent Attorneys with a background in Chemical or Biological Engineering or closely related fields for the Alexandria office.
Troutman Sanders seeks an experienced 1-4 year patent associate to join the Richmond office. The candidate should have an engineering or other scientific degree(s), preferably in electrical, mechanical, or chemical engineering, and significant patent prosecution experience. Experience in patent litigation is also helpful. Large firm or IP-boutique experience is a plus. This is an opportunity to represent clients in an international practice and participate immediately in sophisticated intellectual property matters.
McDermott Will & Emery LLP is seeking an IP Associate or Patent Agent (Biology/Immunology) to work in its Silicon Valley or Boston office.
Sheridan Ross P.C. is seeking a Patent Prosecution Associate and/or Patent Agent in the Electrical Engineering field with one to five years of legal experience and strong academic credentials. This is for a new position in Sheridan Ross’ downtown Denver, Colorado office. Qualified candidates will be USPTO admitted, have experience prosecuting EE patent matters, and hold an advanced degree or have commensurate work experience. Additionally, candidates should be motivated self-starters with superb communication and writing skills, a commitment to excellence and an ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment. We offer a competitive compensation package and excellent benefits.
Caldwell Intellectual Property is seeking experienced patent attorneys and/or patent agents to join our action-packed IP practice. This position is available in our Boston, MA office. Our atmosphere is charged with energy, as we strive to help our clients develop value driven IP portfolios for their exciting, dynamic businesses. We represent some of the most innovative technology companies in the world, and have a unique, collaborative environment focused on quality work and quality down time. We offer excellent salaries, outstanding benefits, and an energizing, professional work environment. We are the law firm version of a startup and we are having a lot of fun. Come help us shake things up!
Kennedy Lenart Spraggins LLP has an opening for a registered U.S. patent attorney to join our growing patent practice as a full-time associate. Primary responsibilities will include preparing and prosecuting patent applications. Requirements for an ideal candidate include a B.S. or higher degree in computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, or mechanical engineering and at least two years of patent preparation and prosecution experience.
Conley Rose, P.C., a leading intellectual property law firm with fifty professionals and offices in Houston, Dallas, and Austin, is currently seeking experienced professionals to assist with writing and prosecuting patent applications. The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
Viering, Jentschura & Partner, a Munich, Germany-based patent firm with offices in Singapore, China, and Taiwan, is seeking a US Patent Attorney for its Dresden, Germany office. Our US team drafts and prosecutes a wide variety of patent applications in the United States and collaborates with patent attorneys in other jurisdictions for multi-national companies. US citizenship is required. A willingness to learn German is preferred.
Lee International IP & Law Group, one of the most prestigious law firms in Seoul Korea, is seeking a US patent attorney with a minimum of 2 years of experience working in the US (law firm/in-house/USPTO) drafting and/or reviewing materials related to patent prosecutions, preferably in the fields of electrical and/or electro-mechanical engineering, to work in our office in Seoul, Korea. Excellent writing and oral skills are required. Responsibilities will include communicating effectively with foreign-based clients, editing English translation of Korean patent application and some Korean trademark materials. Bilingual (English and Korean/Mandarin/Japanese) skill is a definite plus. Salary will be commensurate with experience.
Hauptman Ham, LLP, an intellectual property law firm located in Northern Virginia, seeks experienced candidates for its patent prosecution practice. Capability in all aspects of semiconductor technology is a must. Versatility in other technical areas is a plus.
Inari Agriculture, Inc., is a vibrant start-up company based in Cambridge, MA, focusing on highly innovative new breeding technologies to improve performance of plants. To address the intellectual property challenges in this emerging area of technology, Inari is recruiting an in-house patent attorney to be based at Inari’s Cambridge, MA, location.
Chicago intellectual property law firm, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert and Berghoff LLP (MBHB), seeks Biotech Patent Prosecution Attorney: