An intellectual-property law firm that specializes in the preparation and prosecution of applications for patents, trademarks, and copyrights.
The Firm works with individual inventors and small entrepreneurial businesses in developing and implementing affordable strategies to maximize an effective intellectual-property (IP) portfolio to enhance the valuation of and grow the business. The Firm's primary attorney, Terrence M. Wyles, prepares and prosecutes utility patent applications in the areas of electrical arts, mechanical arts, software, and business methods. In addition, other intellectual-property and business services are offered as well, including services in the areas of design patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, licensing agreements, confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements, joint-operating agreements, formations, and other business contracts.
The Firm is also quite knowledgeable and experienced in various strategies to preserve foreign intellectual-property rights, as well as in various strategies to trim significant time off of the otherwise extremely lengthy US utility patent-prosecution process, which in turn can lead, in some cases, an actual issued US utility patent relatively quickly.
The Firm's patent-prosecution experience has included subject matter that has included, but is not limited to, switching power supplies, energy-storage device (capacitor, batteries, fuel cells, etc.) technologies, nanotechnologies involving the use of graphene tubes and ribbons in electronics, computer I/O device technologies, medical sterilization technologies, medical-diagnosis technologies, web-processing (coating) technologies, water-purification devices, software, cell-phone technologies, various business methods, and various simple-to-complex mechanical inventions from individual inventors.
The Firm offers reasonable flat fees for most services, and also offers reasonable hourly rates for those who prefer hourly-fee arrangements. If you want an IP attorney who will diligently keep you informed of your various options and work closely with you to maximize your IP interests, while keeping your costs within reason, then you should contact the Firm for a FREE initial consultation.