For patent or trademark inquiries, please call: Ash Tankha, Patent Attorney, Lipton, Weinberger & Husick.
Telephone: 856-266-5145, or 408-649-5722
E-mail: ash@ipprocure.com
Lipton, Wenberger & Husick law office locations:
90 Great Oaks Blvd., San Jose, CA 95119. Tel: 408-649-5722
36 Greenleigh Drive, Sewell, NJ 08080. Tel: 856-266-5145
201 N. Jackson Street, Media, PA 19063. Tel: 856-266-5145
Attorneys At Lipton, Weinberger & Husick
Lawrence Husick, Esq.
Laurence Weinberger, Esq.
Adam Garson, Esq.
Ash Tankha, Esq.
Robert Yarbrough, Esq.
Joshua Waterston, Esq.
Services Provided By Lipton, Weinberger & Husick
Lipton, Weinberger & Husick provides patent and trademark legal services nationwide. We also provide patent and trademark filing services in foreign countries through our foreign and associates. Our services include patent searches, patent application drafting and filing, patent application prosecution, trademark searches, trademark filing, trademark application prosecution and copyright registration. Our patent attorney also files international patent applications under the Patent Cooperation Treaty, and international trademark applications under the Madrid Protocol though the World Intellectual Property Organization, Geneva, Switzerland.
Value Added Services Provided by Lipton, Weinberger & Husick
Flat fee for filing patent applications and for prosecuting patent applications Filed and obtained thousands of patents for about 300 clients over the past 25 years. Representative patents filed by LWH are posted on the link: http://www.ipprocurement.com/patents/granted_patents.php Big firm quality. Small firm costs Discounted fee for start-ups and individuals We meet with USPTO examiners at the USPTO to advance the prosecution of patent applications Authored books on patents and trademarks and published scores of articles on intellectual property. Our publications "Patent Your Idea", "Trademarks - A Guide to Filing and Prosecuting a Mark", and "Trademarks" A Guide for Registering, Opposing and Appealing a Mark" are available on amazon.com for a nominal cost No charge for consultations or advice over the phone, or for any work requiring 15 minutes or less of our time References (20) for our patent and trademark services available on request. Flat fees. Cost effective pricing. Experience. Expertise. Prompt service.
Patent Application Filing Process:
If you would like to file a patent application for your idea, listed below are the steps that we follow for drafting and filing your patent application with the U.S.PTO:

Step 1: Please e-mail your name and contact information to us at ash@ipprocure.com, and we will send you a non-disclosure agreement and a fee agreement that recites our flat fee for filing a patent application.

Step 2: Please review the NDA and fee agreement and if you wish to proceed, please download, sign and return the NDA and fee agreement to us as a PDF document by email. We will countersign the agreements and e-mail them back to you. You may then send us a description of your inventive concept and instruct us to conduct a prior art search (optional) to determine if the inventive concept is new, or, to file a provisional or non-provisional application without conducting a prior art search.

Step 3: We will draft the patent application, and send the draft patent application to you for your review and edit. Your edits/changes will be incorporated in the patent application. Once you approve the patent application for filing, the patent application will be filed with the US PTO.
General Information Regarding The Patent Application Filing Process
A utility patent application may be filed for a product that has some utility or usefulness. There are two types of utility patent applications: provisional patent application, and non-provisional patent application.

You may file a provisional application first, and then within a year of the filing of the provisional application file the non-provisional patent application with the US PTO. Filing a provisional application is optional; you may file the non-provisional patent application without filing the provisional patent application.

A provisional patent application provides "patent pending" protection of the inventive concept for one (1) year after the provisional patent application is filed. A provisional patent application is not examined by the US PTO, and does not issue as a patent. A provisional patent application expires one year after the provisional patent application is filed. A provisional patent application is filed to obtain the earliest filing date for the invention and/or to check the marketability of the product before a corresponding non-provisional patent application is filed.

If a provisional patent application is filed followed by the filing of a corresponding non-provisional patent application, the filing date assigned to the invention by the US PTO is the filing date of the provisional patent application. If the inventor needs patent protection beyond the one year period, a regular non-provisional patent application must be filed claiming the priority date of the provisional patent application. The non-provisional application provides 20 years patent protection from the filing date of the non-provisional patent application.

You may also file a design patent application to protect the external shape and appearance of your product.

After the patent application is filed with the US PTO, the patent application is examined by the US PTO and if it found to be new and non-obvious in view of the prior art, a patent is granted for the inventive concept disclosed in the patent application.

You may pay by check, or by credit card with an additional 2% credit card processing fee, or on a monthly installment plan with no interest for patent related services provided by Lipton, Weinberger & Husick.

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