PROTECTING YOUR INVENTION
At Henry Park Law, our registered patent attorneys will obtain business assets that increase your company’s value.
FILING FOR A PATENT
More and more of a business’s value resides in its intellectual property, like its patent applications and granted patents. Patent applications, however, often are filed without considering how they fit into your business’s strategy. At Henry Park Law, our patent attorneys in New York, New Jersey and the surrounding states will work closely with you to provide business directed patent strategies that are cost-effective for growth and collaboration (e.g., licensing, merger and acquisition, etc.).
Having been trained at top-tier law firms and now practicing in a boutique firm environment, our patent attorneys can provide you with high quality service and work-product and a fair price. Our attorneys are registered patent attorneys with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, and have more than 20 years of experience in drafting patent applications and obtaining patents from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office and other foreign patent offices.
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1. Patent Search and Opinion
A patent search is a search of patent applications, patents, and other printed publications to identify whether your invention is novel and non-obvious. Moreover, a patent search is valuable because it can save you time and money from pursuing an invention that is not patentable or for which you could not obtain meaningful protection.
Our attorneys have years of experience and significant resources to perform a patent search. After the search is completed, we will review the search results and provide you with our legal opinion concerning your chance of successfully obtaining a patent.
2. Filing and Prosecuting a Patent Application
Our patent attorneys will work closely with you to understand your invention, draft the patent application specification and patent claims to capture your invention, file your patent application, and respond to the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office Actions. Once your patent is granted, you will have the right to exclude others from making, using or distributing your invention.
Depending on your business strategy, we may advise that you file a provisional patent application, which is a temporary one-year place-holder, or file a non-provisional patent application.
Additionally, depending on your business plans, we can help you pursue patent protection from foreign patent offices.
3. Maintenance Fees
After being granted a patent, you have to pay periodic maintenance fees to keep the patent in force. We can help you track these fee deadlines, and to make sure that your patent stays in force.
BY WORKING WITH US WE CAN HELP YOU: