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Intellectual Property Law

  • Review of patent claims
  • Assistance with patent and trademark applications
  • Applications for patent term adjustment
  • Appeals

Not all patents are created equal. A good invention can be ruined by a bad patent application, or by mistakes made during patent prosecution. Writing a good patent application requires a sound, comprehensive understanding of an invention and how it will be used in the real world. Writing a good application requires a comprehensive understanding of how the Patent Office examines applications, how courts interpret patent claims, and the strategies used to avoid or design around your patent.

Having an IP attorney who understands the above requirements and incorporates that understanding into each patent or trademark application is essential.

 

Attorneys

Tracy H. Stroud
tstroud@ck-attorneys.com
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Jack T. Brock, II
jbrock@ck-attorneys.com
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