Selecting a patent attorney is a crucial step toward protecting your invention. Therefore, you deserve the right to discuss your invention directly with the person who will be writing it. Unbeknownst to clients of many other firms, the person they meet is not the same person who writes the application. Moreover, the person who ultimately writes the application often is not part of the firm or even a registered agent or attorney.

At Garrity Traina, we take a different approach. Our registered patent attorney, Chris Traina, takes the time to discuss your invention and personally writes your application. Your invention is important, and its protection should not be left to a game of telephone.

We work with our clients to protect their inventions in the U.S. and abroad through . We assist clients with tailored approaches that may include patentability research, preparing of provisional and non-provisional patent applications, and pursuing foreign protection. In addition, we offer related services such as transfers/assignments, licenses, and non-infringement opinions. And, if your matter calls for litigation, we offer personalized, creative, and cost-effective approaches to meeting your goals.

Patents are granted to protect inventions, such as new and useful processes or machines. Patents may be granted to protect functional aspects of an invention, as well as designs and even certain types of plants. A patent gives the holder the right to exclude others for a number of years from making, using and selling the patented invention. For more information, we encourage you to review our Frequently Asked Questions.

If you have a new idea for an invention, or you would like to discuss your patent litigation matter, we would love to listen. Call now to take advantage of a no-charge, 30-minute consultation with one of our attorneys. We would love to discuss your invention and how we can help protect it. We offer many of our services on a flat-fee basis, including most patent research and patent applications.

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