Colorado Patent Attorneys

A patent is a property right that gives the patent owner the right to exclude others from making, using, selling, offering to sell, or importing the patented invention into the United States. Patent protection for designs lasts for 14 years from the date the patent is granted, while utility and plant patents are granted for a term of 20 years from the date you first applied for the patent.

The patent attorneys at Feldmann Nagel, LLC can help you create a well-drafted patent claim aimed at helping you protect your valuable intellectual property. We are also available to represent you in a patent lawsuit if you believe someone has committed patent infringement, or if you are being wrongfully accused of infringing on someone else’s patent. We can help guide you through the entire legal process and answer any questions you may have.

What is the Process for Obtaining a Patent?

When you work with an attorney at Feldmann Nagel, LLC, our first action will be to determine whether your invention is patentable. We will conduct a patent search to see whether something similar to your invention has already been patented. Based on our findings, we will then advise you on your likelihood of success. If you decide to apply, we can help you craft a strong and comprehensive patent application. It can take two to three years to obtain a patent from the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO), so the sooner you begin the application process, the sooner you can enjoy the protections it offers.

Why Hire a Colorado Patent Lawyer?

Unfortunately, patent law is not very user-friendly, and it isn’t well-suited for DIYers. If you have an invention that you would like to protect, it is absolutely in your best interests to work with a patent attorney. USPTO applications can be complex, which is why it is a good idea to have a lawyer guide you through the process and ensure that your application is filled out completely and accurately. Furthermore, an attorney can help you write an application that satisfies the myriad of statutes and rules that govern patent law – which can be a difficult task without extensive legal knowledge. Patent claims that are not detailed enough and which do not explicitly spell out all necessary information are more likely to be rejected.

Feldmann Nagel, LLC is a full-service law firm handling all aspects of intellectual property law. Contact us todayto talk more about how we can assist with your patent matter.