Application Preparation and Prosecution Services
With the Law Firm of Garlick & Markison - Austin, Texas
Provisional Applications allow inventors to lock-in a constructive invention date at the USPTO giving inventors a 1 year window to file a non-provisional application. We help our clients submit provisional applications which will allow subsequent non-provisional applications to benefit from the earlier provisional date.
Our team members have more than 25 years of experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications before the USPTO. Randy Lacasse, registered patent agent, has a proven track-record of quality work and excellence in writing patent applications with over 1,000 non-provisional applications written and reviewed in the past.
We prosecute utility patents for large corporations with extensive, active patent portfolios, as well as small, start-up companies that rely on the patent system to obtain funding and to get ahead of the competition.
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Sample Writing: Granted Patents