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Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Cantor Colburn (Hartford, CT) in January 2014.
Brief and simplistic. HR person asked basic interview and screening questions. I described my background and expertise. My resume clearly demonstrated that I had the work experience and technical background required for CC. I was told that I did not have enough experience for the position. The position required 5 years of experience. At the time, I had 9 years of experience as a Patent Attorney and 5.5 years as a Patent Examiner. When I challenged the HR assistant for feedback, she stated that I did not have enough experience in patent prosecution. Indeed, I only had 14.5 years of experience in patent prosecution! They hired a male attorney with less than 5 years of experience with a lesser pedigree and no PTO work background.
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Cantor Colburn LLP is one of the largest full service intellectual property law firms in the country. More then 100 intellectual property professionals work in Hartford, CT; Atlanta, GA; Houston, TX; Detroit, MI; and the Washington, D.C. area office is in Old Town Alexandria, VA, a short walk to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The firm's practice covers all areas of intellectual property including worldwide patent and trademark portfolio development and management, litigation, transactional, trade secrets, and anti-counterfeiting. The firm's clients are ...