Step 4: File your patent application(s), track application progress and keep you informed
Before filing your patent application we will:
- Affirm that you do, indeed, have an invention
- Determine the appropriate application(s) to make
- Make sure that all available protections have been take for your invention
When drafting your patent application, our goal is to protect you and your invention as thoroughly as possible.
We will consider your invention from every conceivable perspective in an effort to anticipate and forestall issues
that could arise in the future.
Because we are patent attorneys who are licensed to practice specifically before the Patent and Trademark Office
(PTO) and because we have decades of practical experience doing just that you can rest assured that your
application will be drafted and filed properly. In fact, we file all documents by hand, never by mail.
We routinely track the progress of all our clients’ applications. That means if there is anything new to report
on your application, you’ll know it as soon as possible.
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|Did You Know?
A patent protects your invention.
A patent for an invention is a grant of rights by the U.S. Government through the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The patent grant excludes others from making, using, or selling the invention in the United States. The terms "Patent Pending" and "Patent Applied For" are used to inform the public that an application for a patent has been filed. Patent ownersip does not start until the actual grant of a patent. Marking of an article as patented, when it is not, is illegal and subject to penalty.
Contact our Patent Lawyer to ensure you complete the patent
filing process correctly or for violation of your patent rights.