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Jones Robb PLLC is Seeking an Attorney/Patent Agent

Jones Robb is seeking registered patent attorneys or patent agents for full- or part-time remote opportunities. Responsibilities include preparing and prosecuting domestic and international patent applications, including strategic patent portfolio development, and other patent-related counseling, including opinions and post-grant projects.

Steinfl + Bruno, LLP is Seeking a Patent Agent – Biotechnology

Steinfl + Bruno, LLP is seeking candidates with patent drafting and prosecution experience for a Patent Agent (not attorney) position. This is a full-time, permanent, remote position for the firm based in Pasadena, CA. Steinfl + Bruno’s Patent Agents participate in domestic and foreign patent prosecution and work directly with patent examiners and clients, including inventors, in-house patent practitioners, and foreign associates. They draft new patent applications, respond to Office Actions preparing substantive documents related to prosecution, and contribute to prosecution strategy. They also provide technical and legal research and analysis with respect to matters pending before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and participate in the planning, completion, and interpretation of literature searches using both online databases and other search techniques.