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Biochemistry Patent Attorney
Boutique law firm is seeking an experienced attorney for their patent prosecution group. The position will be based in New York office. Candidate will be drafting and prosecuting patent applications, conducting patent validity, non-infringement, and freedom-to-operate analyses, and supporting IP due diligences, patent litigations, post-grant proceedings (IPR, PGR, interferences) and other IP matters in the life sciences related to cutting-edge technologies, such as gene editing, cellular therapies, antibody-based therapeutics, and molecular diagnostics.Firm offers a competitive salary, health care benefits, signing bonus, moving expenses, 401k plan.
- Must have at least 1 year of substantive experience.
- Must have an advanced degree (Ph.D. preferred, or M.S. with several years industry experience) in the biological sciences (e.g., Biology, Molecular Biology, Cellular Biology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Immunology, Virology), be registered to practice at the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and be admitted to a State Bar (New York preferred).
- Should have excellent written and oral communication skills, superior academic background and a desire for teamwork, significant responsibility and client interaction.
- Admitted to practice before the USPTO.
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