Patent Associate - Electrical or Electromechanical Engineer
June 23, 2020
Foley Hoag’s Intellectual Property Department has an opening in our New York or Boston office for an associate who is a registered patent attorney with a background in electrical engineering, electromechanical engineering or related field, such as mechanical engineering, engineering physics, computer engineering, or mechatronics. Candidates should have a B.S. in a relevant field, though an M.S. or M.Eng. is preferred. Knowledge of artificial intelligence concepts is a plus.
We seek applicants with strong academic credentials and excellent verbal and written communication skills. We will consider both entry-level candidates and those with patent prosecution experience. Candidates are required to have a USPTO registration.
We staff our clients’ patent matters leanly, affording associates an opportunity for significant responsibility and excellent career development. They typically work one-on-one with partners, gain a depth of experience in a broad range of patent strategy, drafting, prosecution and diligence matters, and get immediate client contact. Such experience has contributed to the firm’s consistently excellent rankings in various national satisfaction surveys and industry recognition lists.
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