Texas Patent Law Attorneys
In today’s marketplace, your intellectual property can be your most valuable asset. The protection that a patent provides can give you exclusive rights to manufacture or market a product for up to 20 years. But the patent process can be complicated and time-consuming. It’s not something you want to try to handle by yourself. You want an experienced patent law attorney, someone who understands the intricacies of patent law and procedure, who will be able to anticipate potential problems and work with you to minimize any difficulties. The intellectual property lawyers at Bailey & Galyen have the knowledge, skill, experience and resources to address all your concerns.
Our Texas patent law attorneys bring more than 20 years of experience to individuals and businesses in Texas and across the United States. We take a thorough and detail-oriented approach, carefully walking you through the patent process. We understand the complexity that can be involved in securing a patent, and work extensively with experts, including engineers, product designers and others. We provide a free initial consultation in all patent matters. To schedule a meeting, contact us by e-mail or call our office at one of the numbers below.
Our Patent Law Practice
We work with individuals and businesses at any stage of the patent application process. If you have questions about whether or not your invention is patentable, we will work closely with you to determine whether it meets the standards of novelty, utility and non-obviousness. When necessary, we will conduct or oversee research into existing patents and patent applications, and will work with you and others to identify ways that your product offers a new, and patentable, approach. We may also be able to make recommendations for changes to your product or device that will enhance your chances of obtaining a patent.
We will prepare and file all documentation necessary to apply for a patent, and will be your liaison with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, addressing and responding to all questions and correspondence, and representing you in any hearings or proceedings. We handle all matters related to patent reexaminations, as well as the reissue of patents.
If a competitor has violated your patent, we will help you take appropriate legal action to obtain a cease and desist order, and to pursue damages, if appropriate. To learn more, see our page on intellectual property litigation.