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Patent Prosecution Associate

Job Code: 54402416
Location: Houston, Texas
Date Posted: 6/29/2017
Position: Attorney
Practice Area: Intellectual Property
Employment Type: Direct Hire

Parker + Lynch Legal is assisting a leading AmLaw firm find a Patent Prosecution Associate for its Houston, TX office.  This is an excellent career opportunity with a premier global firm.  
The ideal candidate will have at least two to three years of experience and a degree in electrical engineering, computer science, computer engineering, mechanical engineering, physics or other related field.  A few things for you to consider include:
• The firm compensates its Associates at the Cravath level + no state income tax in Texas + lower cost of living in Houston (4th largest city in the nation) than most large-cities in the U.S.
• The firm has been recognized by a major IP publication as having a full-bodied patent practice that sets it apart from other firms.
• The firm drafts and prosecutes patent applications for cutting-edge technologies on behalf of high-tech clients ranging in size from start-ups to large public companies
• The firm’s patent prosecution lawyers have significant experience in all aspects of patent-related intellectual property law, including analyzing existing intellectual property assets, systems and distribution channels, and developing strategic plans to strengthen the protection and leveraging of clients’ creative output.
This is a phenomenal career opportunity for someone interested in joining a leading practice within one of the world's premier global law firms.
Please submit your resume via the link below.  We would love to hear from you and speak with you about your experience and this opportunity in detail.  Thank you.

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