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Fish & Richardson, Finnegan Henderson, Sterne Kessler Goldstein and Fox PLLC
Mission: Our Firm Mission is provide our clients with the highest quality patent preparation and prosecution services, while leading the legal field in innovation, charity, and diversity initiatives.
I have been working at Harrity & Harrity full-time (Less than a year)
Innovative and positive firm with great compensation system and chance to work from anywhere
Nothing to really say here
Advice to Management
Keep up the cheerleading of employees
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Harrity & Harrity.
Phone interview and then in person meeting with 2 members of the company. Meeting went well but they decided not to hire me based off the fact that I was taking 1 online college class and that somehow foreshadowed me leaving the company "after all the time we'd spend on your training" because I earned a degree. Was extremely frustrated since we had covered that topic on the phone. Overall waste of time and a bit shady despite the appealing perks.
Harrity & Harrity is pleased to announce the promotion of three top patent attorneys into partner roles, including the firm's female partner. Neil Kardos, Eli Mazour, and Elaine Spector have consistently demonstrated excellence in their practices while going above and beyond to contribute to the firm’s accomplishments in the intellectual property sector. The announcement comes at a time when Harrity is on track to be national leaders in innovation, automation, analytics, charity, and diversity initiatives in the legal field. The transition of Neil, Eli, and Elaine into partnership roles will be a driving force in the continued growth and advancement of the firm.
Local heart attack survivor John Harrity, of Harrity & Harrity, LLP, has launched a campaign to raise awareness and support for the American Heart Association with a unique challenge, dubbed the “Keep the Beat Challenge.” The campaign kicked off on February 1st in alignment with the start of American Heart Month, a federally designated program founded in the 1960s to raise awareness of the prevalence of heart disease, the leading cause of death in the world today.
Career Advancement Program
Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions
Social Responsibility Pledge
Formal programs or foundation to give back to communities
Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce
Pledge to Thrive
Taking steps to prioritize employee well-being