Intellectual Property Protection
The protection of intellectual property can one of the most important considerations when starting a new venture based on a new product, service or idea. For individuals and startup companies it may often be the only asset of significance. For entities competing to enter into the marketplace currently dominated by established firms, intellectual property may be the only weapon a small entity has to gain entry.
Areas of Legal Services
Draft and submit various patent applications to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
Draft and submit various trademark applications to the USPTO
Patent search and written opinions
Patent and trademark prosecution
Patent submission and prosecution in foreign countries
Consultations on IP related issues
Why Choose me as your patent attorney?
Clients who retain us will receive high quality service at a highly competitive price. Our practice permits us to devote as much time as necessary to achieve positive results for our clients, as we only commit to a workload on which we can maintain a high standard of service.
You will find that our pricing structure and rates allow you to be in control of legal costs. Click on Fees for some examples of our prices for various services.
We have extensive experience in patent/trademark submission and prosecution in foreign countries. Among the practitioners who coordinate our efforts on various cases, we have a combined language proficiency in English, Hebrew, Italian, and Chinese (Mandarin and Dialects). We have established a reliable network of foreign legal IP firms, and we help our clients to readily tap into their expertise and resources, in order to gain an edge during the process of globalization in information and technology.
Contact us for a free initial consultation:
Tel US: (858) 812 - 0820
Tel China: (858) 866 - 8540
All consultations are held in strict confidence.
The intermittent windshield wiper was invented by an individual inventor by the name of Robert Kearns. None of the major automakers wanted to do business with Kearns, but they used his idea anyway. Although simple, this concept was the basis for a $30,000,000 award to Kearns for the automakers' infringements on his patents.
-Source Washington Post; Saturday, February 26, 2005; Page B01