The patent attorneys of ADD+G have decades of experience representing Fortune® 100 and 500 clients across many different high technology areas. These include electrical and electronic equipment, semiconductor devices and processes, mechanical and optical devices, medical products, computer hardware and software, hydrocarbon recovery, biometric security, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and chemical technologies. ADD+G use proven techniques and terminology to achieve broad protection and consistent results.
The Patent Process
The Power of Teamwork
Working as a team on high tech patents for large entities gives the patent attorneys of ADD+G a significant advantage. Our team-based approach allows us to stay ahead of new developments in patent law and at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. ADD+G shares strategies that are most effective to advance prosecution through the ever-changing U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Also, ADD+G assists our clients in obtaining patent protection internationally, and we maintain a network of patent attorneys around the world so ADD+G is able to guide clients to the appropriate coverage no matter where their businesses take them.
Because of our efficiencies, depth of experience, and geographical location, ADD+G is able to provide top tier patent prosecution representation at an exceptional value. For these same reasons, ADD+G is also able to work one-on-one with small businesses and entrepreneurs to provide this same high level of service, yet with the personalized attention and value that most small businesses cannot find at “big city” firms.
The Patent Professionals
Our patent attorneys also counsel clients in other areas of patent practice as well, including patent licensing. Moreover, our patent attorneys also assist clients with:
- Supplemental examination
- Pre-issuance submissions
- Post grant review
- Inter parties review proceedings before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
In addition, our patent attorneys work with the litigation attorneys of ADD+G to enforce the patent rights of our clients against infringers, as well as to provide a defense to infringement allegations. With our engineering backgrounds and extensive patent prosecution experience, our patent attorneys are able to assist our patent litigators in streamlining trial preparation and developing the most effective positions for advancing their cases.
Understanding A Patent
A patent is a grant from the U.S. government of the right to exclude others from making, using, selling, or offering for sale the patented invention for a limited time. There are different types of patents, two of which are relevant to most businesses. The first type is design patents, which protect the ornamental aspects of an article of manufacture. The second type is utility patents, which protect new and useful processes, machines, articles of manufacture, or compositions of matter. If you would like to read more, check out the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) page for Inventor & Entrepreneur Resources. Better yet, just schedule a call with us and we will be happy to answer your questions directly.