A United States patent can grant its owner the right to seek to prevent others from making, using and selling a claimed invention. A patent can be used to enter, create and grow a technology-based market. The owner of a patent or patent portfolio can seek to monetize its investment by a variety of means (e.g., licensing, sale and litigation). Further, a US patent may be used to stand before the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) and request exclusion of infringing goods from the US marketplace. Wright IP & International Law prosecutes US patent applications, as well as Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) and foreign applications worldwide.
Wright IP & International Law was founded by a Professional Engineer (PE TX), MBA and Patent Attorney with extensive technological, business and legal experience. Wright IP & International Law recognizes that patents can be a powerful tool which under proper circumstances can be used to seek to achieve strategic, technological and economic objectives in the commercial marketplace. Wright IP & International Law has as a core value an understanding that a patent is not merely the end product of a research and development effort, but rather is a grant of rights from which its owner may achieve real and useful results in the marketplace.
Wright IP & International Law seeks to understand it's clients' technological, commercial and monetary objectives and can work with clients to develop strategic patent portfolios which may assist in achieving those objectives. Wright IP & International Law has experience protecting commercial products, developing patent portfolios in intensely competitive market spaces, as well as securing patents for products which are preparing for market entry.
Wright IP & International Law has broad experience in the technical arts. This technological experience comprises: Telecommunications, Portable Devices, Smart Phones, Electronics, Computers, Software, Display Systems, Semiconductors, Data Storage, Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Technology, Pharmaceuticals, Organic Chemistry, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Materials Science, Nanotechnology, Catalysts, Reactor Design, Process Control Systems, Environmental & Green Technologies, Consumer Products, Heavy Equipment and Complex Mechanical Devices. Wright IP & International Law has experience in numerous technologies in addition to these examples.
Please contact Wright IP & International Law to learn of its experience and capabilities regarding protecting and defending a technology of interest.
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