Job #957

Patent Counsel (Prosecution)

Our well-respected, entrepreneurial “top 50 Chicago” law firm client is seeking a patent attorney for a counsel (non-partnership track) position with, ideally, 1-3 years of patent prosecution experience. A mechanical engineering undergraduate degree is preferred. This attorney will work primarily on mechanical and some computer patent applications, and be an integral part of a well-established intellectual property practice group.

Chicago, IL

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Job #1173

Intellectual Property Transactional Associate

Our Chicago-based law firm client (under 200 attorneys) is seeking a transactional (non-controversy, non-patent) intellectual property associate to join their growing IP group. This attorney should have 1-3 years of experience in trademarks, copyrights, IT, data privacy, information governance, advertising and/or licensing. Only 1,900 billables. This is an ideal opportunity for a generalist IP attorney who wants to be part of a dynamic, entrepreneurial IP practice.

Chicago, IL

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Job #1338

Patent Prosecution Associate

The Chicago office (under 40 attorneys) of our Am Law 100 firm client is seeking a patent attorney who has a chemical engineering undergraduate and/or advanced degree and 2+ years of patent prosecution experience. The practice involves risk assessment analyses, counseling and opinion work, portfolio management, patent mining and landscaping, and post-grant proceedings. This is a great opportunity to join the growing patent practice of a highly regarded national Intellectual Property practice group.

Chicago, IL

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