Non-Provisional Patent Services
A non-provisional patent application is the most common type of patent application filed in the United States. It is used to apply for a patent on a new and useful invention or process. Non-provisional patent applications are much more complex than provisional patent applications, and they require a detailed description of the invention or process, as well as claims that define the scope of the patent protection sought.
Our experienced patent attorneys can help you with all aspects of the non-provisional patent application process, including:
Once the non-provisional patent application is filed, the USPTO will assign it to an examiner who will review the application and issue an office action. The office action will indicate whether the examiner believes that the invention or process is patentable and, if not, why not. If the examiner finds that the invention or process is patentable, the patent will be granted.
Why Choose Us for Your Non-Provisional Patent Needs?
Our patent attorneys have extensive experience in drafting, filing, and prosecuting non-provisional patent applications. We have a deep understanding of patent law and the latest developments in patent practice. We also have a proven track record of success in helping our clients obtain and defend their patent rights.
Benefits of Obtaining a Non-Provisional Patent
There are many benefits to obtaining a non-provisional patent, including:
How to Get Started
If you have invented something new and useful, you should contact our patent attorneys to discuss your non-provisional patent options. We will conduct a free consultation to assess your invention and advise you on the best course of action.
Contact Us Today
To learn more about our non-provisional patent services, please contact us today. We look forward to helping you protect your intellectual property and achieve your business goals.
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