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Description: Patent Prosecution/EE

Position: Associate

Notes: Firm is seeking an associate with 3-5 years of experience in prosecuting U.S. patent applications for electrical circuitry and software-related inventions. Experience in Blockchain and distributed ledger technology is required. A degree in electrical engineering and USPTO is required.

This firm has over 500 attorneys in 15 offices throughout the United States. Firm's attorneys have experience in industries that include entertainment and media, pharmaceuticals and biomedicine, nanotechnology, financial institutions, construction, franchise and real estate. The firm serves national and international clients that include Fortune 500 corporations, start-ups, technology companies and financial institutions.

Years Experience: (3 - 5)

Specialty: Electrical Engineering

Bar Requirements: USPTO

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Location: USA - VA - Alexandria

Date Opened: 09/13/2019

Code: 4505724

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