Electrical Patent Attorney

Employer
Core Group Resources
Location
Houston
Salary
Competitive
Posted
May 07, 2024
Closes
May 19, 2024
Practice
Litigation
Contract Type
Permanent
Core Group Resources is America's leading recruitment company. Founded by a service academy graduate who has offshore experience, Core Group Resources' expertise is unmatched in the marine offshore market, finance, IT, renewables, & non–profit for executive search, staffing, and expertise identification.

Electrical Patent Attorney Job Summary
Our esteemed client, an AmLaw200 firm, is seeking a bright and energetic electrical patent attorney to assist in transactional work as well as patent prosecution.

Electrical Patent Attorney Responsibilities

  • Conduct thorough analysis and review of electrical patent applications, ensuring compliance with relevant laws, regulations, and patent office guidelines
  • Draft high–quality patent applications for electrical inventions, including detailed technical descriptions and legal claims
  • Collaborate with inventors, engineers, and clients to understand the technical aspects of inventions and provide strategic legal advice
  • Conduct patentability searches and analyze prior art to assess the novelty and patentability of inventions
  • Prepare responses to office actions from patent examiners, including drafting arguments and amendments to overcome rejections
  • Manage and maintain a portfolio of patent applications, including tracking deadlines, communicating with clients, and filing necessary documentation
  • Assist in due diligence investigations and provide legal opinions related to intellectual property matters in transactional work, such as mergers, acquisitions, and licensing agreements
  • Stay updated on changes in patent law and regulations related to electrical inventions, and advise clients accordingly
  • Participate in meetings, hearings, and negotiations with clients, patent examiners, and opposing counsel as needed
  • Work collaboratively with other attorneys and support staff within the firm to provide comprehensive legal services to clients
  • Maintain confidentiality and integrity in handling sensitive client information and matters
  • Support business development efforts by participating in client pitches, presentations, and networking events to attract new clients and maintain existing relationships

Electrical Patent Attorney Position Requirements

  • 4+ years of experience Doctor of Jurisprudence from an accredited law school with excellent academic credentials (top 25% required)
  • Admittance to the Texas bar as well as the USPTO