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Q: Is there pro bono patent and NDA help in Pittsburgh, PA?

I can pay for a patent on my credit card, but I understand there are more expenses involved in marketing intellectual property. I need pro bono help if it is available. The USPTO mentions a Nationwide Pro Bono program for inventors, but the link took me to pro bono help for the arts in... Read more »

Changi Wu
Changi Wu answered on Jan 5, 2016

Since patent law is a federal law, you do not need a PA attorney to assist you to prosecute your patent application or similar matters in front of USPTO. However, if your patent case is in litigation, regardless in state court or federal district court in PA, you will need a PA licensed attorney to... Read more »

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Q: These are my deceased fathers patents. A man is making his work and selling them under a different name. How can I fight
Adam Studnicki
Adam Studnicki answered on Aug 30, 2015

Talk to a patent litigation lawyer about patent enforcement rights and options.

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Q: If I wanted to buy a patent from someone where do I find their contact information and how do I go about doing so?

I found a patent on a concept I had previously thought of

Adam Studnicki
Adam Studnicki answered on Aug 30, 2015

You can search for patent ownership info on the uspto.gov website. A local patent lawyer can assist.

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