International and Foreign Filing: Patent, Trademark and Copyright
Intellectual property law in the U.S. is complex. International IP law is much more complex. And yet markets abroad offer much greater profit potential. Serious developers and inventors are obliged to look into international filings of their ideas.
At Norred Law PLLC, we finalize and file complex domestic and international patent applications in every industry, including the life sciences, biotechnology, biomedical products, consumer products, mechanical devices and emerging green technologies.
International Trademark And Copyright Attorney
We achieve this by leaning on an international network of intellectual associates, in nearly every nation. International filings are not for the faint of heart. Every country has a different process, different levels and durations of protection, and different deadlines.
We have IP partners in China, Japan, India, Europe, Latin America and Canada. Working together, we can secure for you the same level of protection offered by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). We are able to file both intent-to-use and Section 1(A) trademark filings before the USPTO, as well as international trademark filings under the Madrid Protocol.
Dallas-Fort Worth International Patent Lawyer
We can help your company manage its international portfolio of trademarks and patents, including all applications and registrations worldwide. We assist inventors with patent prosecution with the Paris Convention Treaty (PCT) and national stage applications.
Dallas-Fort Worth International Intellectual Property Attorney
Our global network also allows us to manage infringement disputes from afar, using counsel that we know and trust in individual countries. We manage litigation and negotiations domestically, and our partners follow our instructions abroad.
Whether you live in Texas or anywhere in the world – our experienced intellectual property attorney services are just a phone call away.
Call Norred Law PLLC at 817-704-3984 to schedule a discussion about protecting your patents, trademarks and copyrights.
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