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I decided not respond to the office action and abandon application. What to do next?

There are two separate questions raised in your scenario. 1) In your case, can you resurrect (revive) an abandoned patent application [just by giving power of attorney to another lawyer]? Normally ...
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How much time does a patent lawyer in the United States spend on writing vs other activities?

I prosecute in-house. Most patent attorneys and agents, during their working hours, are either writing, reading, or trying to find clients. If you start your own practice, much of your time will be ...
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For a patent application that is classified as simple, typically how many attorneys are assigned for such a case in a law firm?

Nearly all my patents were done in-house at my company and those were assigned to a single attorney per patent. I think this is the most common case at small firms too. In one case, a couple of my ...
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Could we view a list of patents filed by an attorney on USPTO website?

I'm not sure about using the USPTO site, but for sure you can do this on Lens.org. See the default search below. Lens is generally free and you can use it without creating an account. You get some ...
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I decided not respond to the office action and abandon application. What to do next?

There are other good answers, but they focus on some special cases which almost certainly don't apply to you. So, I wanted to clarify a couple of things: No one--including the inventor, their friend, ...
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I decided not respond to the office action and abandon application. What to do next?

Answering an implied question No it can't be reliably revived - the short answer is that you can't truthfully say that it was unintentional. If you do (untruthfully) say that it was unintentional the ...
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How to find a patent lawyer for EEG / ECG electrodes?

This may seem far fetched, but you could do a patent search and when you find good patents in the field look up the attorneys who filed them.
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