Tag: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Gatekeeping in Ethical, Successful IP Law Practice

Every lawyer welcomes a good, paying client. By the same token, every party seeking a lawyer wants to engage competent, diligent, ethical counsel. From a lawyer’s perspective, engagement can be viewed as opening the gate to a prospective client and welcoming them into the fold by agreeing to represent them. A lawyer has the greatest […]

Build Your Patent Portfolio: Preparation, Prosecution, Appeals

Are you General Counsel, Patent/IP Counsel, or an executive of a company that owns valuable proprietary technology? If your company or your client files patent applications, you’re probably encountering rejections. You may be wondering how to deal with the cases at hand and how to improve your strategy, procedures and execution for preparation and prosecution of patent applications. […]