Studebaker & Brackett is Seeking a Patent Attorney or Agent

Studebaker & Brackett PC is looking for a motivated, experienced and highly skilled patent attorney or agent to join their team.

This exclusive full-time or part-time job is located on-site at the firm’s Tysons, Virginia office. The remote work/work from home option is also available.

Duties Include:

Primarily, prosecuting patent applications for leading global technology companies, and patent preparation

Qualifications Required:

  • Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, Physics, or equivalent
  • At least 7 recent years of patent prosecution/preparation experience
  • Patent prosecution experience in one or more of the following areas is a plus: semiconductors, electrical systems/circuitry, robotics, displays, sensors, optics, wireless communication systems, automotive technology, specialized software, biometrics, medical systems
  • Require limited training/review yet enjoy learning and adapting
  • Creative solutions-driven approach
  • Highly developed communication skills, including excellent writing skills
  • Well-organized and very responsive
  • Personal docket/workflow management skills
  • A consistently positive attitude
  • Value teamwork

Interested Candidates:

Interested Candidates are asked to submit their resumes via email to Tim Brackett.

Please mention you found the position on the IPWatchdog JobOrtunities™ Job Board.

About Studebaker Brackett PC:

Studebaker Brackett PC is a performance-driven patent preparation and prosecution law firm. We are strongly committed to a fresh, more efficient approach to excellent quality service through highly effective communication, creative strategic solutions, and investment in quality assurance.

Studebaker & Brackett PC offers a positive, collaborative team environment; a client-centered, relationship-focused approach; remote working options; and a competitive salary and benefits package.


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