If left unprotected, a good invention or service may be lost to larger competitors that are in a better position to commercialize the product or service at a more affordable price, leaving the original inventor or creator without any financial benefit or reward. Adequate protection of a inventor’s intellectual property is a crucial step in deterring potential infringement and in turning ideas into business assets with a real market value. Taking full advantage of the IP system enables companies to profit from their inventor’s innovative capacity and creativity.


When it comes to receiving a protection for your intellectual property, you want your application to be the first to reach the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. With more than 20 years of experience, we have the knowledge and skills necessary to provide high quality services.



• Prepare, file, and prosecute U.S. utility and design  applications
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• Evaluate existing patent portfolios
• Prepare and file provisional patent applications
• Provide legal assistance against, or for,  infringement allegations
• Prepare licensing agreements
• Assist corporate invention examination boards


• Prepare and file International Patent Applications in the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO)
• Prosecute International Patent Applications
• Manage National Stage Applications


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