Do you have an invention? Is your invention novel? Is your invention patentable? Does your invention infringe on a previously patented product?
A patent provides the inventor with the right to exclude others from making, using, selling, offering for sale, or importing the patented invention for the term of the patent, which is usually 20 years from the filing date. A patent is a limited property right the government gives inventors in exchange for their agreement to share details of their inventions with the public. As with any other property right, the patent may be sold, licensed, mortgaged, assigned or transferred.
We will meet with you to discuss your invention. We will conduct a patentability search to determine if your invention is patentable. Based upon the results of the patentability search, we will provide you with all possible options for your invention, including but not limited to filing a patent application, licensing your invention, and assigning your rights.
The lawyers at The Law Offices of Effie Soter, P.C. can meet with you to discuss your patent rights and to develop a cost effective strategy for protecting those rights. Call an attorney at (646) 504-7384 to learn more about your rights so that we can obtain the best outcome for you.
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