We have an invention that has patentable elements to it.
The invention was finished in the last few months and a large patent and IP firm was hired to write the various claims.
This patent is quite important (as all patents are I guess), but we're a very small company and rather than coming to conclusions ourselves on whether the draft was properly written or not, we are instead seeking a patent attorney (ex or current) to review the draft and raise all and every concern that could be found on the document.
As in, the person reviewing the draft needs to look at it from a critical point of view, from the same point of view that an attorney trying to discredit the various patent claims would.
The entire draft is 22 pages long and among it looks to be plenty of generic information that would be part of any technology related patent (which is what this one is about).
Again, to be considered for the job, you must be a current or ex attorney specialized in patent law.