Los Angeles Patent Attorney

LOS ANGELES PATENT ATTORNEY

Our Los Angeles clients generally come to us from as far north as Ventura County‚ as far south as Orange County‚ and as far east as San Bernardino County. Regardless of your location‚ if you are in search of an experienced and highly qualified Los Angeles patent attorney‚ we hope you choose us. Our Los Angeles office is located in Santa Monica at 100 Wilshire Boulevard with ocean views from the 9th floor.

Patent Registration

We assist our clients in filing and prosecuting patent applications. This includes design patent applications‚ utility patent applications‚ and responses to office actions whenever necessary. For more information‚ please see our patent registration page.

Patent Infringement

We are experienced in handling patent infringement issues whenever they arise. Patent infringement matters usually involve some form of a cease and desist letter. For more information‚ please see our patent infringement page.

Patent Litigation

If your patent infringement issue turns into a patent litigation issue‚ we have experience litigating patent lawsuits throughout Los Angeles County. If you have a patent litigation issue‚ the best advice is to seek a Los Angeles patent attorney that has a track record of successful results. For more information‚ please see our patent litigation page.

Our complete address is 100 Wilshire Boulevard‚ Los Angeles‚ California 90401. From the 10 going west‚ exit on 4th Street and turn right‚ then turn left on Colorado‚ then right on Ocean‚ and finally turn right on Wilshire. Parking is available on Wilshire. No matter where you are in Los Angeles‚ our Santa Monica office is likely 45 minutes or less away.

If you would like to speak to a Los Angeles patent attorney‚ please feel free to contact us. We will look forward to hearing from you.

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