Patent Prosecution Attorney - Intellectual Property
Amundsen Davis seeks an attorney with a minimum of 5 years of experience in the patent preparation and prosecution area for its Intellectual Property practice. Candidates must be currently licensed to practice law in Wisconsin and registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Successful candidates will be detail-oriented, organized, possess a solid work ethic, and have strong academic credentials. The attorney hired for this position will work directly on patent preparation and prosecution matters, including new patent applications, responding to U.S. Patent Office actions, and directing non-U.S. associates in regard to non-U.S. patent matters. Responsibilities may also include patent-related counseling, opinions, agreements, and providing support in regard to patent litigation matters or matters involving the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. A background in or technical expertise relating to Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Software, Computer Science, or Physics, are preferred.
Employment Type: Full-Time