Biological Patent Attorney

Your Go-To Biological Patent Lawyer for High-Tech Companies in California and Nevada

The Perfect Blend of Legal and Scientific Expertise

Are you a high-tech company in California or Nevada looking to protect your latest innovation in the biotechnology field?
Look no further!
As a specialized biological patent lawyer with years of experience, I understand the complexities of your industry and know exactly how to protect your intellectual property.
Navigating the world of patents can be a daunting task, right? That’s where our expertise comes in!
We’ll guide you through the entire process, from filing a patent application to defending it in court if necessary!
So, let me ask you this: why leave such an important task to just anyone when you can have a specialized biological patent lawyer by your side? Let’s get into some of the benefits we offer!

Our Unique Approach to Serving High-Tech Companies

What sets us apart from other law firms is our dedication to the high-tech industry.
We don’t just dabble in biological patents; we live and breathe them!
Our team of legal professionals has a strong background in the life sciences, which enables us to truly understand the complexities of your work and provide the best possible protection for your inventions.
Ever tried to explain your invention to someone who doesn’t speak your language?
It’s like talking to a brick wall, isn’t it?
Well, with us, you won’t have that problem, because we speak your language and are passionate about helping you protect your innovations!

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The Comprehensive Services You Deserve!

You might be wondering: What exactly can we do for you?
Here’s a glimpse of the comprehensive services we offer to high-tech companies in California and Nevada.

1. Patent Searches

Do you have a great idea, but aren’t sure if it’s unique? We’ll conduct thorough patent searches to ensure your invention doesn’t infringe on existing patents.

2. Patent Drafting

Once we’ve determined your invention is unique, we’ll draft a patent application that accurately and comprehensively describes your invention, ensuring it has the best chance of being granted.

3. Patent Prosecution

We’ll represent you in all communications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), addressing any concerns or rejections that may arise during the examination process.

4. Patent Litigation

If someone tries to infringe on your patent, we’ll vigorously defend your rights in court!

5. Patent Licensing

Looking to monetize your invention?
We’ll help you negotiate and draft licensing agreements to maximize your profits!

Why Work With Amir?

Focused On Your Goals

I make recommendations based purely off of what I believe is best for your business goals and patent portfolio, and leave the decision making up to you. Ultimately, legal work requires time, effort, and resources, but everyone has a budget. Let me help you spend your money where it really counts.
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Flat Fee Structure

The billable hour can be a shock. My fee structure ensures you will know ahead of time what tasks will cost so that you can budget accordingly.
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Access & Attention

You will only ever speak directly with me. Despite the time and effort required, I prefer to meet in person when possible because I believe it creates the best business outcomes. You can also rest assured that I do not hand off any legal work to people out of the country, associates, or paralegals.
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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long does it take to obtain a biological patent?

The timeline for obtaining a patent varies depending on the complexity of the invention and the backlog at the USPTO.
On average, it can take between 2-4 years for a patent to be granted.

2. How much does it cost to file a biological patent application?

The cost of filing a patent application depends on the complexity of the invention and the attorney’s fees.
Generally, the cost ranges from $10,000 to $20,000, including both attorney fees and USPTO filing fees.

3. Can I patent a new gene or protein sequence?

You can patent a gene or protein sequence if it is isolated, purified, or otherwise modified from its natural state and has a specific, substantial, and credible utility.
So, are you ready to protect your groundbreaking biotechnological innovations?
Reach out to us, your dedicated biological patent lawyer for high-tech companies in California and Nevada, and let us help you secure the protection you deserve!

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