Starting the Patent Process

You're an inventor who's in the early stages of your patent application. You need assistance framing your idea in order to have the best chance at an allowance within a reasonable amount of time and expense.

Starting the Patent Process

You're an inventor who's in the early stages of your patent application. You need assistance framing your idea in order to have the best chance at an allowance within a reasonable amount of time and expense.

Advise

Before you go public, you need to protect your idea. Mark will advise on its patentability and will align a patent strategy with your idea's commercialization stage and future plans.

Assist

Mark will develop a patent strategy to support your goals and will write your application to help you get there. With 20+ inventions under his belt and and close to 20 years' experience dealing with the patent office, Mark uniquely understands the common pitfalls experienced during the application process and how to navigate them with a robust filing.

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Mark goes out of his way to guide clients through a complicated patent process. With his broad technical background, he can handle everything from the most simple mechanical inventions to the most complex software, engineering and business method cases. His applications are clear and compelling, capturing the elements of a client’s invention that need the greatest protection.

Work with Mark to successfully protect your idea

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"Our invention is now in production thanks to Mark’s expertise.

We were impressed with Mark’s ability to quickly understand the “weird” mechanical aspects of what we were working on because of his technical background. We brought a long list of topics to discuss at our first meeting, and were amazed at how quickly we covered all of them. He went out of his way to make sure we were comfortable understanding each phase of the patent process, and was never condescending when he was getting us up to speed."

Dan McMahon and Patrick Laing,
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