FEDERAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SERVICES
A Service You Won’t Find Elsewhere
Intellectual property (IP), including patents, trademarks and copyrighted material, is being used more often as collateral to secure loans. Unfortunately, searching and reporting hasn’t evolved to meet this need. So we did.
A typical search takes hours in multiple databases, searching one field at a time and may still miss information you need. We developed our own search engine to be faster, more accurate and more cost effective, using information transmitted directly from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Streamlined for Savings
Many companies say they offer federal IP services, but are providing reports meant for a different purpose, not due diligence. It’s often more than $1000 for search results that are inches thick and mostly irrelevant to secured transactions.
Attorneys and paralegals also spend hours performing these searches manually, using valuable time that could be spent on billable work. In many cases, our complete search costs less than buying one hour of an attorney’s time.
Our Complete Federal IP Services
Our team is leading the industry by performing searches with a unique search engine using data obtained directly from the USPTO office. We’ll show you the big picture, in integrated reports you can actually understand. We can also file assignments with the USPTO and U.S. Copyright Office (USCO).
For a fraction of the cost and time, we provide:
Ownership Searches: Identify trademark applications, registrations, published pending patents, patent grants and copyright registrations.
Assignment Searches: Identify patent and trademark assignment results, copyright assignments (aka copyright recordations) and security interests assigned to or by an entity.
Patent Assignment Filings: Transfer an owner's patent property rights in full or in part. If the owner's name changes, we can file a name change to reflect the current owner's name with the Assignment Recordation Branch of the USPTO.
Trademark Assignment Filings: Transfer an owner's rights, title, and interest in a trademark or service mark in full or in part. We can file a name change to reflect ownership in a trademark or service mark with the Assignment Recordation Branch of the USPTO.