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2 comments:

Brent said...

hi, I stumbled across your blog as I have a hobby interest in personal tech/video games and I'm also looking into a career in patent law. After Oct 2007, I will be a PhD in molecular biology and I'm hoping to find work leading to patent agent. Quick question for you though: how frequent is crossover work between disciplines in patent work? For example, if I went in primarily focusing on biotech/medical patents would I get a chance to see patent work in electronics/video games/emerging technologies from these disciplines?
Thanks and keep up the good work!

Brent

Ross Dannenberg (Gamertag: Aviator) said...

Brent, shoot me an email at rdannenberg@bannerwitcoff.com.

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