Patent Attorney in Los Angeles County, CA
Our owner is a Registered Patent Attorney (Reg. No. 34,861) licensed to represent clients from ANY U.S. state or ANY country before the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO)(www.uspto.gov). He graduated from the University of Minnesota and from William Mitchell College of Law and has 27 years of continued U.S. patent & trademark law experience, and has successfully received hundreds of patents and U.S. trademarks for clients throughout most every U.S. state and many foreign countries. (Information Page, Section C).
Our owner specializes in the mechanical arts, electrical arts, e-commerce and also chemical compositions, methods, systems, and designs. In addition, He has testified as a legal claims construction expert on patent infringements in Federal Court and is a magazine article contributor to the Inventor’s Digest. Also, our owner has extensive experience in computer science including engineering for Sabre and Apollo computer systems.
For most inventions, inventors would apply for either a utility or design patent. A utility patent protects the structure and function of the invention; whereas, a design patent protects ONLY the appearance of the invention. For more detailed information, please contact us directly and also visit the “information” page.
To disclose your invention to us, please request a Certificate of Confidentiality by either calling us or sending him an email on the “Contact Us” page.
In addition to successfully drafting and prosecuting hundreds of patent and U.S. trademark applications, we have DIRECT connections to manufacturers capable of manufacturing all types of inventions and offers these connections to any of his interested clients. In fact, many of our clients have chosen to have their inventions manufactured by these manufacturers, and they are selling their inventions on the market as a result (See Licensing Page). One of our most recent inventions is for Beverly Hills hair transplant doctor, Parsa Mohebi’s invention – The Mohebi Implanter.
Inventors have the option of pursuing either licensing or assigning their inventions to companies or the possibility of having their inventions made by an independent manufacturer and be more involved in getting their inventions on the market. In fact, the second option allows the inventors to essentially start up their own turn-key business if they so desire.