Patent prosecution is the task of applying for a patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). After receiving a response from USPTO, a follow-up on the application is needed to have the patent to be issued.
When you have an invention, you should consider using patent prosecution. Here are three reasons why:
Before you go through the complex process of patent prosecution, it is important to understand every step of patent prosecution. This could be very difficult for some inventors who have limited understanding of the law. Thus, you should work with an attorney like Attorney Daniel A. Tesler that could help you understand the process and walk you through the steps. He will help you fill out forms correctly and even help you with the specific drawings required for applications. Once your application has been submitted, the USPTO will speak with the attorney, thus, you don’t have to argue with the reviewer. Contact us to learn more, we are proud to serve Peabody, Salem, Danvers, Lynn, Beverly, and other areas in Greater Boston.