Intellectual property attorneys at Wagner, Anderson & Bright, LLP will aggressively represent your intellectual property interests and help insure that your unique position in your marketplace is protected.
Intellectual Property Lawyer Patrick F. Bright has many years of experience in the field. He has represented Fortune 500 corporations, universities, entrepreneurs, artists, inventors, and businesses in protecting and enforcing the patents, trademarks and copyrights of people just like you through:
Many attorneys who claim to be "patent litigators" or "patent litigation attorneys" do not hold licenses to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). They are not authorized to represent inventors or any other party, in USPTO proceedings such as the patent re-examination and patent re-issue. The USPTO is the only agency in the U.S. that can issue, re-issue or re-examine a patent or a Federal trademark. These attorneys must turn to others when, as often happens, the patent in a patent infringement lawsuit ongoing in US District Court is submitted for reexamination in the USPTO. Mr. Bright, who is licensed to practice before the USPTO, can pursue both the reexamination and the litigation. Mr. Bright has had four decades of success in navigating patents through the courts and the USPTO, and of obtaining what his clients want.
Please call Mr. Bright if you want to patent your new designs, your new business methods and systems, and all other new products, methods, and systems. Ask whether a lower-cost provisional patent is right for you.
Mr. Bright and his colleagues also regularly defend companies large and small, and individuals, too, against claims and lawsuits for infringement or misappropriation of intellectual property rights. Please call Mr. Bright at 213-700-6637 if you are facing any such claims, or email him at pbright@BrightPatentLaw.com.
If you are thinking of taking a license, granting a license, buying or selling intellectual property rights, Mr. Bright can help there, too. Call him today at 213-700-6637 or email him at pbright@BrightPatentLaw.com.
Patent Infringment/Enforcement Litigation