We replace the nontechnical patent lawyer to help startups, small businesses, and individual inventors to file patents:
US provisional utility patent applications
US non-provisional utility patent applications
PCT International stage patents
PCT national stage US/Canada/Europe/China patents
Canada patent applications
Europe patent applications
China patent applications
US trademark applications
Canada trademark applications
China trademark applications
Europe trademark applications
in the following areas:
✥ Software Engineering, Mobile Application, Internet, and Computer Technologies
✥ Mechanical Methods, Devices, and Industrial Processes
✥ Electronic Devices, Methods, and Electrical Engineering
✥ Energy, Environment, and Clean Technologies
✥ Physics, Chemistry, and Biology Related
✥ Business, and Society Related
✥ Other fields case-by-case, please contact
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We are scientists!
We replace a non-technical patent lawyer!
We are experts in your domain knowledge!
It helps to have a Ph.D. degree to better understand an invention and search journal articles more effectively. Our senior scientists’ broad science background is beneficial to the patent work with a broad range of domains like software, digital signal processing, mechanic, electronics, physics, pharmaceutical, food science, and biotechnology, etc. industries. A patent scientist is a patent professional who is typically involved in preparing and prosecuting patent applications. The terms are usually applied to patent professionals with advanced scientific or engineering backgrounds that do not require either attorney or patent agent qualifications but still work with patent applications. In general, the position involves many of the technical aspects of patent prosecution, including doing background and prior art searches, drafting the specifications and preparing reference figures for patent applications, and giving technical expertise during invention evaluation. Work of this nature may focus a great deal of research and development while including patent considerations, emphasizing their technical background rather than legal or patent agent qualification.