Intellectual Property That Matters
Let’s face it. Sometimes understanding and protecting your intellectual property isn't as easy as it seems. Many of our clients come to us in need of some serious help to protect and monetize their advances in technology and science. Other clients are in the middle of significant technology-based transactions.
We know that a company’s intellectual property is one of its most valuable assets. We focus on building long-term relationships with our clients in order to understand their business, and how intellectual property can enhance it. Our goal is to work closely with our clients to develop and implement strategies that vigilantly protect and defend their intellectual property rights.
Here at Capitol City TechLaw we've seen it all. Each of our attorneys has at least 20 years of experience in one or more of technology law, licensing and patent prosecution coupled with experience as a practicing engineer or scientist before entering the legal profession.
Find out what kind of patent protection pertains to you and your company. Its not as easy as it seems. If you wish to patent an idea, we will help you every step of the way by explaining how to apply for a patent, preparing a provisional patent application or a non-provisional patent application, filing the application in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and prosecuting the patent application.
Find out how trademarks protect symbols, names, and slogans used to identify goods and services. The purpose is to avoid confusion, deter misleading advertising, and help consumers distinguish one brand from another.
In the last eight years, the attorneys of Capitol City TechLaw have obtained over 600 patents for our clients at the USPTO in a variety of technology areas (opens a new window). Additionally, we have worked with countless other patents and patent applications in our previous practices.
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