The Patent Buddy’s blog is looking for nominations for America’s Top Patent Prosecutors. Do you have what it takes?
Who is a Top Prosecutor?
A Top Patent Prosecutor is any patent attorney who has achieved a reputation among their peers for high quality work product and counseling skills in patent preparation and prosecution. In order to receive recognition, you must be a registered patent attorney who is actively engaged in the preparation and prosecution of U.S. Patent applications. No more than ten percent of all patent prosecution attorneys will be awarded this recognition.
What does it take to become a Top Prosecutor?
Patent Buddy believes that very few of America’s best patent prosecutors get the recognition they deserve. In order to provide recognition to these attorneys Patent Buddy has created the Top Prosecutor’s recognition program. To qualify for this recognition, a registered patent attorney must have obtained a high degree of accomplishment in patent prosecution.
Patent Buddy Nomination Process
How does the nomination process work? Any registered patent attorney with five or more years of experience can nominate a Top Prosecutor. Just simply fill out an on-line ballot to nominate up to ten registered patent attorneys either within or outside your organization, either in private or corporate practice, and that you feel should be recognized for their distinguished abilities and achievements. You may designate any one of a variety different technology or legal specialties for your nominees.
Nominations are being received through September 15th, 2010.