Working With Inventors

22 Jul

Patent Attorney Boston - American Patent AgencyInventors are an important part of America’s economy. New inventions continue to push technology forward, ensuring that the USA continues to be a world leader in technological innovation. However, the process involved in patenting one’s idea and protecting that IP can be extremely complicated, time consuming and costly. These factors can create a road-block for small business owners or private inventors. However, we can help inventors through this difficult process with our cost effective services. As your consultant, we handle the prior arts search, drafting, filing and communication with the USPTO. Our track record in getting patents approved is very solid. In fact, we have a 100% success record. This is because we believe in the inventors we represent and work hard to protect their intellectual property. You have worked countless hours in developing your invention, and you want it to be in trusted hands during the patent process. We are the experts. Look over our services to see how we can help you with your invention.

This blog is maintained by the American Patent Agency (APA) and is provided as a free resource for those interested in news, tips, and developments in the realm of patents, IP, and inventor support. APA provides the best, fastest, and most affordable patent service available to innovators in Boston as well as several other regions.

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