K. P. Correll and Associates, LLC is an Intellectual Property
(IP) Law firm serving corporate and individual clients across
the country, and around the world, by protecting their Intellectual Property
assets through patents, federal trademarks and federal copyrights.
The patent attorneys at K. P. Correll and Associates, LLC have over 20 years experience
intellectual property counsel to both small corporations and fortune 500
companies. Our services include: preparing, filing, and prosecuting U.S., and
international PCT patent applications; preparing and filing U.S. trademark
applications; patent and trademark infringement and non-infringement opinions;
patent and trademark licensing; patent searches, trademark searches; and
K. P. Correll & Associates, LLC utilizes a flat fee
pricing schedule so you know in advance what you will be paying for a service.
Our patent attorneys and engineers are experienced in technology areas including
mechanical, electrical, process, software, and e-commerce. We
offer our clients (local and nationwide) high quality IP services (often
on-site) at very competitive
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Our patent attorneys counsel our
clients to establish their intellectual property methodologies, e.g., establishing invention
examination boards to help determine which technologies and Research &
Development (R&D) investments the company should
protect through patent application filing.
If left unprotected, a good invention, or service, may
be lost to larger competitors that are in a better position to commercialize the
product or service at a more affordable price, leaving the original inventor or
creator without any financial benefit or reward. Adequate protection of a
inventor's intellectual property is a crucial step in deterring potential
infringement and in turning ideas into business assets with a real market value.
Taking full advantage of patent law and other legal protections enables companies to profit from their inventor's
innovative capacity and creativity.
***The America Invents Act (AIA) was signed into law September 16, 2011. The AIA is the most comprehensive change to the U.S. patent system since 1836 and will have significant impacts on your patenting strategy.***
The America Invents Act, signed into law September 16, 2011, is arguably the most comprehensive change in the U.S. patent system since 1836. The law contains a number of phased patent law provisions with the latest “first inventor to file” provision becoming effective March 16, 2013. While this provision harmonizes U.S. patent law with the rest of the world it is a radical change from the first-to-invent paradigm that helped characterize U.S. patent law for the past two centuries.
patent attorneys offer our clients (local and nationwide) high quality IP
counsel (often on-site) at very competitive rates available for review on our website (http://www.correllpatents.com). For example, K. P. Correll & Associates, LLC, like many patent law firms across the country,
counsels their clients to take full advantage of the U.S. provisional patent application process to protect their intellectual property in light of the first-to-file provision. However, unlike many patent law firms across the country, to help defray the added cost, K. P. Correll & Associates, LLC credits the attorney’s fees for preparing the provisional patent application towards the cost of preparing the subsequent patent application.
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