28Labs is the Chief Technology Office and innovation engine for Motorola Solutions. We are user-focused and outcome-driven, identifying problems and creating solutions based on research and engagement with our customers. This position will be a part of the Patent Operations team of Motorola Solutions’ Chief Technology Office (CTO)
The Patent Legal Intern will work in an innovative and collaborative Motorola Solutions Patent Operations Center focused on a broad range of technologies, including, for example, broadband wireless technologies, device and network security, and software innovations including artificial intelligence, data analytics, video analytics, and command centers.
The Patent Legal Intern will work on various projects for the Patent Operations Department, and which will require regular interaction with MSI Patent Attorneys, Agents, Engineers, Inventors and Administrative Professionals, both inside and outside of the Chicago Patent Operations Center. Many inventor groups are located in the United States, however, others are located internationally, including but not limited to, Poland, Malaysia, Israel, and India, so some flexibility in scheduling will be required.
Projects may include but are not limited to: source code copyright registration handling,DS review, cross-check, preparation, and auditing, draft office action response drafting, inventor counseling, patent committee attendance and invention disclosure review, and outside counsel documentation support and process review, among others.
The Patent Legal Intern may periodically participate in invention mining / harvesting sessions, and/or may take on follow-up responsibilities after such sessions complete.
Candidates should have strong organization, leadership, and communication skills and an ability to create written documents with high quality and efficiency, as well as teach, advise, and inform internal department employees and supported business and engineering groups regarding completed and in-process projects.
Candidates should also be timely, autonomous, dependable, and personally accountable.
In addition to Basic Requirements, a Bachelors Degree in Electrical, Systems, or Computer Engineering, or in Computer Science or related technical field is preferred.
Agent registration with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) a plus
Prior experience in a law firm or in-house law dept. a plus
Completed Bachelor's degree
Currently enrolled in an accredited full or part-time law school with an expected graduation date on or after Dec 1, 2019.
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