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Description: Patent Litigation/EE/CS

Position: Associate

Notes: Firm is seeking an associate with 3-5 years of patent litigation experience and a technical background in electrical engineering or computer science.

This mid-west firm's main areas of practice include litigation, intellectual property, labor and employment law, business law, governmental services and finance, energy, telecommunications, transportation and utilities, environmental, healthcare and finance, insolvency and restructuring. Their diverse practice and industry areas include financial institutions, trade associations, transportation and global logistics, aviation, E-commerce, foreign trade and customs, higher education and more. Firm has 7 offices in the US.

Years Experience: (3 - 5)

Specialty: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering

Bar Requirements: Indiana

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Location: USA - IN - Indianapolis

Date Opened: 04/26/2018

Code: 4502965

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