Renner Otto is Seeking a Chemical Engineering Senior Associate or Partner

Renner Otto, a growing intellectual property (IP) law firm located in Cleveland’s Playhouse Square, is looking for a Senior Patent Prosecution Attorney. This is a full-time, permanent, partnership track position located in Cleveland, OH.

Primary Duties:

Responsibilities include all aspects of patent practice including preparation and prosecution of patent applications and patent opinion work.

Qualifications Required and Preferred:

Successful candidates must have excellent academic credentials with a degree in Chemical Engineering or Chemistry. Admission to the Patent Bar and JD from an ABA-approved law school is required. Ohio state bar membership is preferred but not required. The ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of patent drafting and prosecution experience.

Interested Candidates:

Renner Otto is committed to a world-class work environment with very competitive compensation for outstanding work. Compensation is commensurate with experience and may include salary or percentage of billings in addition to comprehensive benefits, including health, dental, life, 401(k), and many other excellent benefits. Partnership is available for the right candidate.

Interested candidates are asked to submit their resume and a cover letter via email to Luis Carrion.

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About Renner Otto:

Renner Otto is a law firm focused on intellectual property based in Cleveland, OH. Renner Otto is committed to “Advancing Innovation” because it believes that a great idea can change the world. Its highly skilled and professionally recognized attorneys have focused on protecting those ideas since 1880.


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