Area of Practice
Our office provides following Intellectual Property services to inventors /
Searching Prior Arts (i.e. Patents)
Drafting Drawings And Flow Diagrams
Drafting Provisional Patent Applications
Drafting Utility Patent Applications
Drafting Design Patent Applications
Preparing Supporting Documents for Patent Prosecution
Areas of Service
The U.S. Government may grant a patent that provides an inventor the exclusive
right to make, use, or sell his or her invention in the United States for a limited time. In exchange, the inventor
must disclose that invention to the public. Three types of patents exist: plant, design, and, the most common,
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recommends inventors use an attorney when
applying for a patent. Registered to practice with the U.S. Patent Office, Brian Teague can provide the full range
of services, from identifying inventions, seeking patent protection, and even counseling clients regarding
infringement matters. When necessary, he can perform services to help enforce a patent such as cease and desist
letters. more info...
A trademark (or service mark) is a word, phrase, or design that distinguishes the
source of a product (or service). Registering a trademark provides the owner legal protection, right to use a mark
in connection with his or her goods, and as a basis for foreign registration when exporting the product.
We counsel clients regarding trademarks and related unfair competition
matters. That assistance includes filing applications for trademark registration and participating in trademark
enforcement, both offensively and defensively. Moreover, the firm can participate in proceedings before the
Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. more info...
An author who creates an original literary, dramatic, musical, or artistic work is
automatically granted copyright protection. The copyright gives that author the sole right to perform such actions
as reproduction, distribution of copies, and adaptation of such work, unless the author gives permission to another
party. Registering the work with the U.S. Copyright Office extends and strengthens that protection.
There are exclusions to these rights, and an attorney can assist an author in
understanding the application process and the rights and restrictions of a copyright.
Intellectual property encompasses knowledge, ideas, or creations of the mind with
commercial value and having recognizable property rights. Intellectual property includes, but is not limited to,
artistic works, discoveries, software, symbols, and brand names; it has become the most tradable property in
today's digital market. Trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secret laws all protect the intellectual
An attorney experienced with all facets of
intellectual property provides an essential service to the creator. Our lawyers with
clients work tigether to develop both offensive and defensive IP
strategies. more info...
Our law firm has extensive experience working on a variety of patent litigation
and pre-litigation matters. more info...