A patent attorney dedicated to
help you obtain the highest quality patent protection in the most cost-effective manner
iTechnoLaw was formed to represent institutional
clients and individual inventors in all aspects of intellectual property protection. Hamid Mousavian
is a registered patent attorney specializing in electrical, electronics, and
computer technology patent preparation and prosecution.
Whether you are an individual inventor, a Fortune 100
company, a large government agency or a university, iTechnoLaw can
help you determine whether your idea is patentable and marketable. Mr. Mousavian can offer a clear
understanding of the process, timing and cost involved in protecting your intellectual property with a patent,
trademark or copyright.
An invention is defined as reduction to practice of an
idea or discovery that is useful, new and nonobvious.
The United States Constitution declares that “The
Congress Shall Have Power . . . To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times
to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries....” (Article I, Section
8, Clause 8 of the U.S. Constitution)
Once an invention is awarded patent, the creator of
the invention is empowered to exclude others temporarily (currently 20 years from the filing date) from use of that
concept without compensation (i.e., confers the right to exclude others from making, using, selling, offering to
sell, or importing into the United States the patented invention.)
Patent Act of 1952 entitles inventors to obtain
patents on processes, machines, manufactures, and compositions of matter that are useful, new, and nonobvious.
However, United States will grant patent on an invention to an inventor who was first to file patent application
for his or her invention and or reduced the invention to practice.
lawyers today for an initial consultation at 805-338-1066 or email email@example.com