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Protecting Your Creativity.

Find Out How to Protect Your Valuable Ideas
in This Competitive Marketplace …

Have an exciting idea for a new business or a groundbreaking product or an improved service?

Well, these days the first step after having a brilliant idea is to protect it. Good ideas can be extremely valuable and unfortunately, thanks to the Internet and other global communication methods, those ideas can often be instantly accessible.

We’ve all heard the horror stories of entrepreneurs and inventors missing out on big profits because their idea was “misappropriated” or just plain stolen – but that doesn’t have to happen to you.

Here at the law office of Sam Sokhansanj, we have extensive experience in intellectual property law and can provide the solutions you need to ensure your idea is properly protected.

Not Sure If You Need a Patent, Trademark, or Copyright?

Are Your Rights Being Infringed or Been Sued?

Let us explain your options.

Sam has been practicing law since 2007 and has been in involved with intellectual property matters since 2004.

He has prosecuted patent applications for clients such as IBM and the former Nortel Networks and provided litigation support in trademark and copyright infringement matters as well as counseling on intellectual property licensing agreements.

Sam has also examined over 3,000 patent applications for the USPTO in such areas as Electrical, Computer, Mechanical, Life Science, Biomedical, and Business Method Arts.

Having a Great Idea Today Can Be Both Exciting … & SCARY

But the truth is at some point you have to tell others about your idea or you’re never going to get the funding and the support you need to turn that idea into reality.

At the law office of Sam Sokhansanj, we provide you with the protection you need to confidently move forward.

To learn more about how we can protect your creativity and eliminate stress and worry from the process of turning a terrific idea into a profitable business, product or service, call (214) 988-5454 or click here to schedule your free consultation today.

Patent Attorney Sam Sokhansanj:

"A Former USPTO Patent Examiner, Boeing Systems Engineer, Technical Adviser, and Business Owner..."

Sam has prosecuted patent applications for clients such as IBM and Nortel Networks and provided litigation support in trademark and copyright infringement...He has also examined over 3,000 patent applications for the USPTO...

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Experienced in These Areas:

Software/Internet Applications

Mechanical Devices/Products

Oil & Gas Industry/Tools

Mobile Device/Phone Applications

Consumer/Household Products

Bio-Medical Devices/Products

Business Methods

Health/Food/Beauty Products

Electrical Devices/Products

patent4How Much Does it Cost to File a Patent Application?

  Short Answer: It depends.

Long Answer: Filing for a patent application is NOT a simple one-step process, which is why you need an experienced patent attorney to help you along the way. For example, your idea or invention can be very simple (i.e. paper clip) or very complex (i.e. telecommunication/network system) which affects the costs. In addition, your invention can be either a candidate for a Design Patent Application or Utility Patent Application (or both), both having much different costs associated with them. In addition, if you are filing for a Utility Patent Application, you will need to decide if you want to file for a Provisional or Non-Provisional Patent Application, which again each has its own costs associated with them. Contact us today for a Free Consultation to discuss the costs  associated with your particular invention and we will do our best to work within your budget.


Do all Patent Attorneys Perform the Same Work?

Short Answer: No. You get what you pay for.

  Long Answer: Quotes from Patent Attorneys are generally based on how much TIME (among other factors) they have to spend drafting, preparing, and filing your application. For example, some Patent Attorney's or Patent Agent's may quote you a low up-front fee to prepare and file your application. However, they will limit your application write-up or drawings to a certain number of pages or claims. For example, they may only draft up to 10 pages of specification or 3 claims.  This could potentially be fatal to your patent application down the road if not all variations of your invention were disclosed at the time of filing, there's not enough support in your specification for proper claim amendments, and the list goes on. So you may save a few hundred or thousand dollars in the beginning, but you may regret that decision down the road when it comes to prosecuting your application at the U.S. Patent Office or enforcing an issued patent. We do not put a limit on how much we write for our clients to ensure that we have encompassed and captured your invention in properly drafted patent application. Again, you get what you pay for.  

The above questions and answers are not intended to be legal advice but is provided only for educational purposes. Each individual case varies. No attorney-client privilege is created.


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