Conception deserves IP protection.

 

Daniel Becker, Attorney at Law, PLLC.

919-649-4218


Dan@BeckerPatent.com


Patents, Trademarks, Intellectual Property, and Prototyping

Daniel Becker is a Patent Attorney with strong engineering skills and a knack for working closely with inventors. 
Want to know more, without too much information?

1. Patents:

If you have made, invented, designed, conjured, worked-on, put-together, drawn-up, scribbled, or just had an idea, then you should inquire about how to protect it with a patent. A patent is a 20 year monopoly, a right to exclude others from making or practicing.

2. Trademarks:
If you sell a product or service, you should consider a Trademark. It informs the public that the source of the goods and services is the entity that uses the Trademarked phrase or image.
3. Early Stage Engineering:
If you have a great idea for a product, or if you just cannot make it work the way that you want, working with a patent attorney can be surprisingly helpful, because their job inherently requires narrowing down ideas to the definite and novel and useful versions, and because they are generally all engineers and scientists.
Specific questions?
email dan@beckerpatent.com or call (919)649-4218

Daniel Becker, Attorney at Law, PLLC offers intellectual property counsel as to patents, trademarks, copyright, trade secret, licensing, and can also serve as a liaison for arranging additional counsel on matters of litigation and defense. Daniel Becker is a Patent Attorney with strong engineering skills and a knack for working closely with inventors.BeckerPatent.com is the website and domain associated with the North Carolina Corporation: Daniel Becker, Attorney at Law , P.L.L.C. Daniel Becker, Attorney at Law, PLLC is the law practice of Daniel Becker, J.D., a patent attorney registered with the United States Patent and Trademark office, and an attorney licensed to practice law in North Carolina. Visiting this website does not constitute legal advice. No Attorney-client relationship can be formed without signing a formal written agreement by both the prospective client and the attorney. Anyone seeking to file for a patent should directly consult a patent attorney, and anyone seeking to be represented for filing a patent application must seek out a patent attorney.

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