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Location : District of Columbia - Washington
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This large firm operates like a small law firm, with offices across the nation, and its quality of its attorneys and work is high. The firms’ lawyers try cases all over the nations, and try more cases than most firms in the country. The firm hires the best and brightest from top national and regional law schools. The pay is average, but the billable requirement is reasonable. People work hard, but the firm realizes that quality of life is just as important. The firm handles virtually all types of litigation and transactional law. It has been a legal powerhouse in the Midwest for a long time. The size allows the firm to handle the most complex transactions and cases, and its clients include many Fortune 500 companies. Associates are allowed to choose the practice areas and specific assignments that interest them, and they will be challenged with responsibility and client contact.
Intellectual Property Patent Prosecution Paralegal Duties: Coordinating filing new applications. Analyzing USPTO and foreign counsel correspondence. Tracking due dates via matter management and docketing systems. Proactively preparing client reporting and prosecution documents. Communicating with USPTO, attorneys, paralegals, liaisons, foreign associates, staff and clients regarding prosecution matters.
Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree or Paralegal Certification is desirable. 5-10 years working with intellectual property and patent prosecution. 2+ years of law firm experience. Trademark prosecution experience a plus, but not required. Strong attention to detail and expertise working with an extensive patent prosecution docket. Exceptional client service focus. A commitment to being part of a great team. Ability to work independently and to prioritize and multi-task to complete projects effectively and efficiently. Outstanding communication (oral & written) and organization skills.
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