aviation IP w/o AE?

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thegor1987
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aviation IP w/o AE?

Postby thegor1987 » Mon Dec 14, 2009 3:27 pm

What kind of work is available for patent attorneys that want to work with aircraft/spacecraft
Technology? Is all of it reserved for aerospace/astronautics engineers? Do aircraft manufactures
Hire law firms or have their own legal counsel?

I am currently choosing between Chemistry and AE for a major. my main interest is in
Rockets and aircraft but if I chose AE it would require more work.

There's still a lot of chemistry involved in aviation but is a chemist really going to be at
A disadvantage to an AE? What other factors determine the kind of work patent lawyer
Gets to do besides their area of scientific training?

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erico
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Re: aviation IP w/o AE?

Postby erico » Thu Dec 17, 2009 4:39 pm

thegor1987 wrote:What kind of work is available for patent attorneys that want to work with aircraft/spacecraft
Technology? Is all of it reserved for aerospace/astronautics engineers? Do aircraft manufactures
Hire law firms or have their own legal counsel?

I am currently choosing between Chemistry and AE for a major. my main interest is in
Rockets and aircraft but if I chose AE it would require more work.

There's still a lot of chemistry involved in aviation but is a chemist really going to be at
A disadvantage to an AE? What other factors determine the kind of work patent lawyer
Gets to do besides their area of scientific training?


Heaven forbid you have to do more work. You expect to be handed an engineering degree?




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