Robert Half International Paralegal in PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania

Robert Half Legal is seeking a Temporary Patent Paralegal to assist a biomedical research company in Philadelphia on a project that will last until the end of the year. Duties will include: managing patent portfolios, filing with the USPTO , working with external Patent Attorneys, working with tech transfers and academic licensing Hours are 8:30- 5pm with some flexibility if you need to start at 9 am, start date could be as early as this week, initial training will be done with the person currently in the seat who leaves at the end of November Please send resumes to katie.zubler@roberthalflegal.com with the subject line "Temp Patent Paralegal"

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Req ID: 03720-0010714499

Functional Role: Paralegal

Country: USA

State: PA

City: PHILADELPHIA

Postal Code: 19104-4205

Compensation: $31.66 to $36.66 per hour

Requirements: Must have at least 3 years of experience working on Patent Prosecution, in an academic, tech or biomedical space is preferred but not required, must be available for an immediate start and a 2+ month project