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“The Patent Professor ® has been recognized by Inc Magazine and listed in the Inc5000 as among the fastest growing private companies in the United States.
Although initially founded as an “army of one” by John Rizvi, an adjunct professor of patent law (hence, the firm’s name!) and one of the first group of board certified patent attorneys in the country, the firm has grown into a formidable organization of intellectual property specialists.
Today, The Patent Professor® team consists of board certified patent attorneys, former U.S.P.T.O. patent examiners, registered patent agents, engineers, designers, and illustrators specializing exclusively on protecting new ideas and brand identities.”
I Protect Your Ideas So That You Can Profit From Them
My law firm is unlike any other law firm you have worked with before.
Here, we don’t have hourly billing. Instead, I’ll give you a simple flat fee for your patent.
Plus, unlike at traditional law firms, we don’t charge for meetings, phone calls, emails, faxes, postage, or photocopies.
A lawyer that doesn’t bill like one.
Now, maybe I’ll patent that!
If you have come up with an invention that you believe is unique and valuable, it is strongly suggested that you file a patent to protect your ideas from being reproduced. Filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office can be a complicated process, but the reward of navigating the application can be extremely rewarding when you are able to pursue your invention without worrying about competitors copying you. Luckily, there are many professionals in the country who are experienced in patent law and are available to help.
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