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Invention Attorneys Practicing Inventors Law in Orlando

Have you ever seen a product for sale and said to yourself, “I thought of that 10 years ago”? Do you currently have an idea for a new product or service, but are not sure what you can do to profit from it?

Let’s face it, many individuals do not have the ability to build complex prototypes and/or the financial resources to have a large factory mass produce items for them. Even if you did, what good does it do if someone else can make the same product and sell it for less? Wouldn’t it be better if you could obtain the exclusive rights to your new idea in the United States so that no one else could make it without going through you? You can, and we can help.

At Daniel Law Offices, P.A., our registered Invention Lawyers help inventors to secure the exclusive rights to their ideas by filing for patent protection with the United States Patent Office. Our patent applications are typically much less expensive than building a prototype. Best of all, once a record of your invention has been filed with the U.S. Patent Office, you will be “patent pending” and can safely discuss your idea with any number of companies who may be interested in purchasing the patent application and/or the exclusive rights afforded to you by an issued United States Patent. In fact, patents are so important that most major companies will not even speak with inventors that do not have some type of patent application on file with the United States Patent Office.

At Daniel Law Offices, P.A., our principal attorney Jason Daniel is both a registered patent attorney and an an electrical engineer. As a result, he will personally work with you one-on-one to figure out all of those technical details before filing your patent application. Unlike big firms who only work with companies, our practice is dedicated to assisting individual inventors and startup companies with all of their Intellectual Property needs. Whether your idea is for a new “Mobile App”, an innovative tool, or even an improvement on an existing product, the only real way to protect any invention is through a United States Patent. Please be sure to check out our FAQ videos which answer many of the most commonly asked questions.

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