Areas of focus: Patent preparation and prosecution related to medical devices and... more
Areas of focus: Patent preparation and prosecution related to medical devices and mechanical technologies, counseling, licensing and enforcement; due diligence studies; and opinions regarding infringement, validity and enforceability of patents. Mr. Crawford has extensive experience preparing and prosecuting patent applications in a wide variety of arts. He conducts freedom-to-operate, infringe... view profile
Tony Simon is a registered patent attorney. His practice focuses on intellectual... more
Tony Simon is a registered patent attorney. His practice focuses on intellectual property and other complex commercial litigation. Tony has served as lead trial counsel in over 200 patent, copyright, trademark, antitrust and other intellectual property cases in courts across the United States. Tony has tried cases to verdict in both state and federal courts, has argued in several federal courts... view profile
Attorney who practices in all areas of technology law, including licensing of a... more
Attorney who practices in all areas of technology law, including licensing of a variety of intellectual property matters, including copyright, patent, trademark, content, data, domain names, and other areas. Assists in registration of trademark and copyright rights. Health information technology and data security lawyer (CIPP/US). Represents a number of software and hardware developers of al... view profile
When you work hard to create unique ideas—whether they are in the form of a song or software code—a copyright prosecution attorney can help you protect them (and maybe even earn money from them) by copyrighting your material. Copyright application attorneys know the process involved in creating a new copyright and can advise you about the need for notice of your copyright claim and what form to use, and whether you should formally register your copyright. Copyright is the best protection your unique ideas can get and it pays to be thorough.