COMMITTED TO PROVIDING EXEMPLARY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SERIVCES FOR REASONABLE PRICES
We work tirelessly with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to ensure patent protection for your unique invention.
During the patent or trademark process, an examiner at the USPTO will review your application to determine eligibillity. We fight relentlessly for our clients before the USPTO, and have a strong history of cooperation with the examiners.
IP infringements take many forms, includIng patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. If someone is manufacturing or selling your invention, or using your trademark without permission, you have legal recourse available in the form of a lawsuit. A claimant has a right to sole benefit from their invention or mark, so don’t delay when seeking renumeration.
Intellectual property portfolio management is overseeing a collection of IP rights in order to effectively protect them, as well as give you a competitive market edge and ROI (return-on-investment).
Using an IP licensing agreement, you may choose to give another party permission to use some or all of your IP rights for a specific amount of time for a fee or royalty, while still maintaining ownership of your patent, copyright, or trademark.
Copyrights and trademarks protect different kinds of creations. Generally, copyrights protect creative or intellectual works, while trademarks protect commercial names, phrases, and logos.
You would register a trademark under the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, while copyrights are registered by the U.S. Copyright Office.
IP clearance is the process of checking whether intellectual property owned by others may impede you from getting your patent or trademark. In essence, we would search domestic and foreign patent and trademark databases to ensure you have the best chance of success with your new IP.
While Product Clearance allows for us to check if your product is eligible to be patented, sometimes clients with existing inventions and patents wish to know about their options if they have been infringed by another party, or if they themselves have infringed on an existing patent. We are here to put you at ease and give you the best answers for your unique situation.