Patent Attorney

Eschweiler and Potashnik, LLC is currently looking to hire a Patent Attorney with a background in electrical or computer engineering for full-time employment.  The Patent Attorney will be involved in preparing and prosecuting patent applications for a number of international high-tech clients.  In general, the position involves many aspects of patent law, including drafting and prosecuting patent applications before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO).  Industry experience and/or an advanced technical degree is a plus.


Patent Agent

Eschweiler & Potashnik, LLC (Cleveland, OH) seeking Registered Patent Agent to assist a licensed patent attorney in assessing whether electrical engineering related inventions are new and innovative and therefore eligible to be patented. Will utilize research and analytical knowledge and experiences in the disciplines of electrical engineering, patent law and language, and assist in leading individual inventors or companies through the required process to obtain a patent and to evaluate whether activities might be infringing a valid patent.  Requires Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, (or related field; foreign degree equivalency accepted) and authorization or limited recognition to practice matters before USPTO and registration or limited recognition to practice matters before the USPTO.  Send cover letter and resume to Eschweiler & Potashnik, LLC, Attn: Thomas G. Eschweiler, Esq., 629 Euclid Ave, Ste. 1000, Cleveland, OH 44114.


Patent Engineer

Eschweiler and Potashnik, LLC is currently looking to hire a Patent Engineer with a background in electrical or computer engineering for full-time employment.  The Patent Engineer will be involved in preparing and prosecuting patent applications for a number of international high-tech clients, under the guidance of a registered Patent Practitioner.  In general, the position involves many aspects of patent law, including drafting and prosecuting patent applications before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO).  This an entry-level position with no previous patent or legal experience necessary.  Excellent writing and communication skills and a strong desire to learn are required for this position.  Industry experience and/or an advanced technical degree is a plus.