An experienced IP paralegal does need for Patterson Thuente IP’s Minneapolis office.
The Patent Prosecution Paralegal supports the work of whole portfolios by assisting attorneys in prosecuting patent applications in the United States and several non-US countries.
Paralegal experience supporting patent prosecution spanning both US and non-US applications is a requirement for the best applicants. A benefit would be prior knowledge of extensive and intricate client portfolios.
- a minimum of five years experience as a paralegal in the prosecution of US and foreign patents, including PCT national-stage filings
- Ability to work independently and adhere to strict deadlines while being supervised by a lawyer
- Excellent interpersonal skills are required for effective communication, following directions from various people, including clients, lawyers, and others, and providing information with tact, professionalism, and courtesy.
- Success in organising, managing, and prioritising many tasks finished in a limited time.
- Must use and maintain a document management system and be proficient with modern computer software.
- A high level of commitment, precision, and accountability is necessary.
- Communication abilities that will boost our clients’ confidence
- A solid commitment to client service, the capacity to collaborate well with people and work both independently and with them
You can take on challenging, complex tasks at Patterson Thuente IP while growing personally and professionally. We provide a relaxed working atmosphere with competitive pay, superior benefits, and bonus opportunities.
Candidates must be legally able to work in the United States and must not require sponsorship for employment visa status at this time or in the future to did considered.
-We are an Equal Opportunity Employer at Patterson Thuente IP.
We value diversity and are devoted to fostering an inclusive workplace for every employee. Inclusion and diversity among our coworkers are essential to our business success. We aim to choose, nurture, and keep the most outstanding individuals from various applicant pools. Our job will be better if we are more inclusive.