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Patent Prosecution Secretary/Paralegal - Part Time

Title : Patent Prosecution Secretary/Paralegal - Part Time

Location : California - Irvine
Refer to Job # ZZPD722241


Patent Prosecution Secretary/Paralegal - Part Time Candidate will work with partner to manage the work flow between attorneys and clients, ensure that all matters are completed on time, and communicate with government agencies. Experience with billing and accounting programs is desired, as well as a bachelor's degree. Fluency in Chinese Mandarin or Japanese is a plus. Requires multi-tasking and high attention to detail. It involves the use of multiple software programs and managing deadlines. Schedule: 20 hours per week Legal 2 - 0 Part Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Patent Prosecution Secretary/paralegal - Part Time

Title : Patent Prosecution Secretary/paralegal - Part Time

Location : California - Irvine
Refer to Job # WVYX722242


Patent Prosecution Secretary/Paralegal - Part Time Candidate will manage the work flow between attorneys and clients, ensure that all matters are completed on time, and communicate with government agencies. Requires multi-tasking and high attention to detail. Involves the use of multiple software programs and managing deadlines for you and others. Experience with billing and accounting programs is desired, as well as a bachelor's degree. Fluency in Chinese Mandarin or Japanese is a plus. Schedule: 20 hours per week Legal 0 - 0 Part Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Patent Legal Assistant/Paralegal

Title : Patent Legal Assistant/Paralegal

Location : Virginia - Alexandria
Refer to Job # OBAZ722267


Patent Legal Assistant/Paralegal Duties: Review, process and file new National Phase, Bypass Continuation and Utility applications to include complete review of client correspondence, identification of missing documents, preparation of formal documents such as Declarations or Substitute Statements. Review and process all associated formalities after filing of new applications to include Official Filings Receipts, Notices of Publication, Office Actions, responses to Missing Parts, Issue Notifications and Letters Patent. Prepare and e-file Supplemental ADSs, Declarations, Assignments, Translations of Specifications, previously prepared Preliminary Amendments, Requests for Corrected Official Filing Receipts, Certificates of Correction as needed. Prepare and e-file Information Disclosure Statements to include determining whether fees or certification are required. Review and process Notices of Allowance to include a complete review of the entire history of the application to verify that there are no outstanding issues that need to be addressed and that all appropriate documents such as Assignments, Declarations, Priority Documents etc. have been filed. Verify that all information such as inventor information, Applicant information and Application information is correct by comparing it to documents previously filed. Verify that all Information Disclosure Statements have been considered and that current/allowed claims are correct. Prepare and e-file payment of the Issue Fee along with any other required documents. Prepare various reporting letters to include preparation of billing sheets and drafting of basic client correspondence requesting any missing items or to clarify any discrepancies. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree preferred or combination of work experience and education equivalent. Advanced understanding of Patent Prosecution required. Must have excellent attention to detail, type approximately 35-40 wpm and have keen organizational skills. Must be able to work independently in an electronic environment including manipulation of documents, running reports, creating correspondence and filings, uploading and downloading documents from electronic sources including the Patent Office website and the Firms document management system. Legal 2 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Patent Specialist / Foreign Filing Paralegal

Title : Patent Specialist / Foreign Filing Paralegal

Location : California - San Diego
Refer to Job # IHBV721957


Patent Specialist / Foreign Filing Paralegal Responsibilities: Proactively manage a foreign patent prosecution docket ensuring all deadlines are met in an efficient, timely manner. Communicate appropriate information to Docketing daily and respond as soon as possible to all Docketing inquiries. Work closely with attorneys, technology specialists, and staff to prepare and file PCT, foreign, and US national phase patent applications and formal papers as needed. Prepare correspondence/documents to send to clients, foreign associates, the US Receiving Office, and international patent offices. Work directly with clients to obtain executed assignments, declarations, powers of attorney and other documents. Prepare foreign patent cost estimates. Prepare formal papers, and other miscellaneous documents as needed. Prepare client reporting letters, foreign attorney instruction letters. Learn, adhere to, and uphold firm standards and procedures. Communicate directly with clients, foreign attorneys, USPTO and International Bureau of WIPO under the direction of a patent attorney or agent. Double check work product before presenting to attorney for review, and again before sending or filing. Ensure that client-matter numbers are opened according to the IP Section s guidelines and before work is started. Timely review and forward annuity information to the annuity paralegal and foreign attorney invoices to Finance. Maintain neat and orderly foreign patent files. Record time daily in Intapp and strive to meet billable target. Perform additional responsibilities as requested. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. 5+ years of patent prosecution experience in a law firm required. Solid experience and working knowledge of PCT and foreign patent rules, filing requirements, and forms. Must have experience working in PAIR and e-filing with the USPTO Receiving Office. Experience with IPDAS and Foundation IP preferred. Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong organizational and administrative skills. Excellent attention to detail and ability to execute through to completion. Creative problem solving skills, reasoning ability and logical thought process. Ability to work under pressure, prioritize competing demands and meet various deadlines. Demonstrated ability to professionally interact and collaborate with colleagues at all levels. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Outstanding sense of customer service. Enthusiastic, proactive and positive attitude. Ability to handle confidential matters with discretion. Must be self-motivated to produce quality work. High level of integrity and honesty. Excellent computer skills, including proficiency in using Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint. Ability to quickly get up to speed and master new applications and software is critical. Flexibility to work overtime when necessary. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Patent Specialist / Foreign Filing Paralegal

Title : Patent Specialist / Foreign Filing Paralegal

Location : California - San Diego
Refer to Job # QZMP721958


Patent Specialist / Foreign Filing Paralegal Responsibilities: Candidate will work closely with the attorneys, technology specialists, Intellectual Property Section management, and staff to provide exceptional client service (both internal and external) and serve as a resource to colleagues on best practices and IP specific rules and policies. Will report to the IP Operations Manager and the Manager of Administration. Proactively manage a US and foreign patent prosecution docket ensuring all deadlines are met in an efficient, timely manner. Work closely with attorneys, technology specialists, patent agents, and staff to prepare and file US (provisional, utility, continuation, divisional, national phase, and design), PCT, and foreign applications and formal papers as needed. Prepare correspondence/documents to send to clients, foreign associates, the USPTO, and international patent offices. Work directly with clients to obtain executed assignments, declarations, powers of attorney and other formality documents. Under direct supervision of patent attorneys, assist in preparing and filing documents with the USPTO and international patent offices. Prepare and file follow-on prosecution documents as required by the USPTO and international offices. Prepare and update physical and electronic files promptly and accurately. Track, document, and enter billable time. Perform administrative duties for assigned attorneys and technology specialists as requested. Provide guidance, mentoring, and training to new staff as it relates to best practices and IP specific rules and policies. Serve as a back-up to other IP Paralegals and IP Assistants in the office as needed. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and 5+ years of US and foreign patent prosecution experience in a law firm required. Thorough knowledge of patent procedural rules and filing requirements with the USPTO, PCT, PAIR, and foreign patent practices required. Must have outstanding case management skills with a commitment to excellence and customer service. Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong organizational and administrative skills. Excellent attention to detail and ability to execute through to completion. Creative problem solving skills, reasoning ability and logical thought process. Ability to work under pressure, prioritize competing demands, meet various deadlines and respond quickly to changing priorities. Demonstrated ability to professionally interact and collaborate with colleagues at all levels. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Outstanding sense of customer service. Enthusiastic, proactive and positive attitude. Ability to handle confidential matters with discretion. Must be self-motivated to produce quality work. High level of integrity and honesty. Excellent computer skills, including proficiency in using Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint. Ability to quickly get up to speed and master new applications and software is critical. Flexibility to work overtime when necessary. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Patent Prosecution Paralegal

Title : Patent Prosecution Paralegal

Location : Texas - Houston
Refer to Job # DGTN721998


Patent Prosecution Paralegal The candidate will support multiple attorneys and assist in docket management activities. Must have college degree and 2+ years of experience, or 5+ years of experience with domestic and basic foreign patent prosecution. Must have knowledge of USPTO rules and procedures. Basic understanding of foreign patent prosecution procedures is desirable. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite - including MS Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint is required. Must have working knowledge of preparing and electronically filing various forms and documents with the USPTO; filing and managing non-provisional, provisional, divisional, continuation/continuation in part applications, and national phase applications; reporting to attorneys and clients. Must be experienced with researching PAIR and similar foreign databases. Should have experience preparing Information Disclosure Statements; coordinating execution of assignments, power of attorney documents, declarations; handling missing parts responses, petitions, notice of appeal, issue documents, and corrected documents. Working knowledge of some patent docketing system is a plus. Legal 2 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Patent Paralegal

Title : Patent Paralegal

Location : New Jersey - Matawan
Refer to Job # RZDU721752


Patent Paralegal The candidate will be assisting with all aspects of patent prosecution for U.S. and international patent portfolios and litigation, including monitoring deadlines, preparing prosecution documents, conducting filings with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Will be communicating with foreign associates, and communicating with clients regarding prosecution and related matters and deadlines. Develop and maintain knowledge of Patent and Trademark Office Rules and Procedures (US and Foreign). Prepare patent and trademark application documents for filing and file documents as requested. Prepare litigation documents for filing and file documents as requested. Prepare formal documents, forward to clients for signature and file with various patent and trademark offices. Correspond with clients regarding the execution of formal documents. Monitor the IP docket for any due dates and work closely with the handling attorney and docketing staff to ensure all dates are docketed and attended to. Communicate with U.S. Patent and Trademark Office personnel regarding routine matters as directed. Should have 3+ years of domestic and foreign intellectual property and litigation experience. Legal 3 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Patent Attorney (Computer Science/Electrical Engineering)

Title : Patent Attorney (Computer Science/Electrical Engineering)

Location : New York - Long Island
Refer to Job # MPOL721558


Seeking Patent Attorney (Computer Science/Electrical Engineering) with 3+ years of experience in patent preparation, drafting and prosecution, preferably in the software/electrical technologies. Candidate must have a 4 year degree in computer science or electrical engineering. Membership to the Patent Bar is required. Must have strong writing skills, excellent academic credentials,and a desire to excel in a law firm environment. Undergraduate transcripts are required. Legal 3 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Patent Paralegal

Title : Patent Paralegal

Location : California - San Jose
Refer to Job # PEOL721565


Patent Paralegal The candidate will support partners and associates in all aspects of US patent prosecution. Prepare and file all patent prosecution related documents. Report all USPTO actions and filings to clients, including uploading to client systems when necessary. Review and manage docket for deadlines. Remain abreast of new USPTO rules, fees, forms, and filing procedures. Perform duties as instructed by partners and associate. Perform peer review where necessary. The candidate must have BA/BS and/or Paralegal Certificate from an ABA accredited institution. Should have 5 years of US patent prosecution paralegal experience, including Prepare USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) filings and e-file with the USPTO; File various patent applications including provisional, non-provisional, continuation, and divisional; Prepare and file transmittal letters, Power of Attorneys, Assignments, Information Disclosure Statements (IDS), RCEs, Terminal Disclaimers, After Final Consideration Pilot Program Request, Declarations for US Patent applications, Certificate of Corrections, etc. Must demonstrate strong English skills (both verbal and written) and possess the ability to communicate clearly and effectively ideas, questions, etc. to USPTO personnel, international associates, clients, co-workers, etc. Mastery of typical office setting applications including MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe is required. Familiarity with IPDAS and Patricia (Patrix docketing) is a plus. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Legal Secretary (Patent Prosecution)

Title : Legal Secretary (Patent Prosecution)

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # ZNIO721471


Legal Secretary (Patent Prosecution) Duties: Assist with the drafting and e-filing of various legal documents in the USPTO related to patent prosecution of utility, plant and design applications including, but not limited to, Office Action amendments and responses, requests for continued examination, continuation and divisional applications, information disclosure statements, supplemental application data sheets, sequence listings, extensions of time, terminal disclaimers, various petitions, notices of appeal, briefs, corrected drawings, assignment recordations, and other documents as required. Maintain knowledge of specific client requirements and needs for filing and reporting of documents, including use of various client extranets and secure data sites, assist in reviewing a docket for multiple clients in multiple offices and assist in managing work flow. Prepare monthly agendas for clients for attorney review based on multi-month docket, and draft/ shell letters based in a content responsive fashion. Review and maintain docket calendars for multiple attorneys and coordinate with docketing personnel to insure accuracy of the docket and compliance with due dates. Maintain file integrity and insure completeness of electronic and paper files. Calculate USPTO fees based on type of filing, e.g., application filing fees, additional claims, extensions of time, petition fees, etc. Prepare conflict checks and new matter forms. Prepare draft engagement letters for attorney review ensuring appropriate attachments are included. Reconcile attorney expenses, schedule travel, meetings and other appointments. Assist in coordination, production and submission of client invoices. Serve as a back-up to team members as required. Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required; College degree or Legal Assistant Certification a plus. 5+ years of relevant work experience in a patent prosecution practice in either a business or law firm environment. Experience in a law firm setting desirable. Experienced with USPTO systems such as EFS, EPAS, PAIR and Financial Manager. IPDAS experience a plus. Must be able to shellA? both PCT and U.S. utility/provisional applications. Broad knowledge, experience and understanding of patent policies, procedures and electronic filing processes with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Detail oriented with strong organizational, written and oral communication skills, with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment to manage multiple tasks to meet strict deadlines. Familiarity with global patent filing and reporting issues. Must have working knowledge and experience with Computer Packages, Inc. (CPI) docketing system and Intellectual Property Document Assembly System (IPDAS), USPTO e-filing system (EFS), PAIR, EPAS, USPTO Financial Manager. Must have basic understanding of 37 C.F.R. and the Manual on Patent Examining Procedures (MPEP). Must be able to prioritize and produce a high-quality work product to meet deadlines and perform job responsibilities under pressure efficiently, productively and in a professional manner. Familiarity with bio and life sciences terminology and solid proofreading skills with an understanding of the need to produce an error-free work product. Familiarity with handling and filing sequence listings and declarations. Strong knowledge of MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) with advanced knowledge of Outlook. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge of technical terms and/or formulas involving various technologies a plus. Ability to multi-task, while remaining highly organized and detail oriented. Ability to work independently and collaboratively with others. Possess excellent organizational skills and high attention to detail of assignment in order to meet deadlines. Ability to see details at close range and/or on a computer screen. Ability to listen to and understand information and ideas. Possess excellent time-management skills. Ability to use office equipment; (i.e. fax machines, copier machines, scanners). Able to manage contacts through available technical resources. Ability to handle confidential matters. Flexible and dependable, including the ability to work overtime as needed. At all times, be professional and a team player. Adaptable to change, open to new ideas, open to taking on new responsibilities and can adjust plans to meet changing needs. Respectful of people s differences in background, culture and perspective. Able to quickly grasp the goals, service, culture and strategy of both the department and the firm overall. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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