We are interested in establishing ongoing relationships with reputable manufacturers, researchers, corporations, and entrepreneurs. With that end in mind, discounts may be available for repeating or bulk work for well established organizations. For information specifically on international (PCT) applications, click here.  We regularly file the following types of domestic patent applications:

EXAMPLES OF PATENTS DRAWINGS
Examples of misc. design patents and of our team's work follow.  The quality of the drawings is design patents is paramount.
DESIGN PATENT SAMPLES
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PATENT FIGURES IN GENERAL
Patents usually require drawings (or figures) to be included with a write up (called a specification).  Drawings are necessary for utility patents, design patents, provisional patents, plant patents, electrical patents, mechanical patents, and software patents.  Our draftsmen and attorneys can help with the specification and the drawings of your inveniton, whether it exists in AutoCAD, SolidWorks, photos, or just your memory. A design patent protects only the appearance of the article and not structural or utilitarian features, while a utility patent protects what a useful product does or the purpose it serves. The principal statutes (United States Code) governing design patents are: 35 U.S.C. 171, 35 U.S.C. 172, 35 U.S.C. 173, 35 U.S.C. 102, 35 U.S.C. 103, 35 U.S.C. 112, and 35 U.S.C. 132.
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Shoe Exercise Patent
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CLICK HERE FOR MORE AND ENLARGED SAMPLES OF THE WORK OF OUR DRAFTSMEN AND ATTORNEYS
TYPES OF PATENT APPLICATIONS
Design Patent
A design patent protects an ormamental design of a useful item (the way something looks). Cars, shoes, rings and computer icons are all examples. The application process is simple relative to other applications.
Utility Patent
A utility patent is by far the most common type of patent applied for and issued. A utility patent application can be drafted to protect any human-made chemical, machine, device, system, computer program, or method or doing or making almost anything.
Provisional Patent
In the U.S., a provisional patent is a simplified patent application that reserves the right of its inventor to file a utility application for one year. In a sense, it protects an invention temporarily for one year.
Plant Patent
A plant patent covers the creation by a human a new variety of plant if it can reproduce asexually.
International (PCT) Protection

Under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), inventors can often obtain patent protection in foreign countries if a PCT application is filed with an international receiving office within one year of the first domestic patent filing.
TYPICAL DOMESTIC (US) PATENT APPLICATIONS WHICH WE CAN HELP WITH
U.S. Non-provisional, Utility Patent Applications (mechanical devices, electrical, software, chemical, methods, etc.)
U.S. Non-provisional, Utility Patent Applications (business methods applications)
U.S. Provisional Patent Applications
U.S. Design Applications
International PCT Filing w/ U.S. Receiving Office
International PCT Filing w/ Translation and Revision
U.S. Plant Patent Applications (we refer these out, and do not handle them in house)
Reissue & Reexamination (Please consult with us first)

* Please contact us for pricing, quotes and information on continuation or divisional applications.

HAVE YOU INVENTED SOMETHING REVOLUTIONARY BUT LACK THE FUNDS TO PATENT YOUR INVENTION?

Although nearly unheard of in the industry, registered patent attorneys can draft patents on contingency, meaning in exchange for a percentage of any royalties earned on your invention. If your invention is truly revolutionary and you lack the funds to prosecute a patent application, we may consider drafting and filing your application for a percentage of the royalties.

FEE DISCLAIMER

Any fees shown on this site are subject to change at anytime without notice, and do not include filing fees, issue fees, or maintanence fees with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, federal courts, or the National Arbitration Forum (NAF). The shown legal fees do not include subsequent prosecution fees. Most patent applications require that one or more office action responses be filed within three years of filing the application, for which practitioners charge extra as/if the responses become necessary. Add 50% for rush service to the fees shown below. Patentability searches and registrability searches can generally be completed with twenty-four (24) hours when rushed fees are paid. Patent applications can generally be completed within ten (10) days when rushed fees are paid. All legal fees are shown in U.S. dollars.