Jeffrey R. Kuester is an attorney withTaylor English Duma LLP in Atlanta, Georgia,... more
Jeffrey R. Kuester is an attorney withTaylor English Duma LLP in Atlanta, Georgia, where he also maintains the award-winning intellectual property law website, KuesterLaw.com , which was founded in 1995. Jeff is also providing intellectual property consulting services through AwakenIP.com , which also hosts an IP Blog and provides additional links to important IP information. Prior to receivi... view profile
Scott E. Brient focuses his practice on intellectual property law. As a former... more
Scott E. Brient focuses his practice on intellectual property law. As a former partner at one of the nations leading law firms, Alston Bird, where he practiced law for almost 10 years, Mr. Brient has extensive experience in evaluating complex patent portfolios and in providing clients with strategic advice regarding potentially relevant patents within their industry. He also has significant ex... view profile
I am an intellectual property attorney focusing exclusively on matters of patent and... more
I am an intellectual property attorney focusing exclusively on matters of patent and trademark law. My practice includes patent application preparation and prosecution, providing freedom-to-operate and non-infringement counsel, license negotiation and patent litigation counsel. I also engage in trademark application prosecution, trademark rights development strategy, trademark litigation counse... view profile
People who invent unique products and processes need patent prosecution attorneys to apply for government protection of their inventions. Patent application lawyers are uniquely qualified to file your patents with the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office, as they know what to file to show the unique quality of your invention and can clarify precisely why it differs from other similar patented inventions. The process is complex and a patent prosecution attorney usually has a related technical background. For example, a patent application attorney working on new cancer drugs may have a microbiology degree, or one working on new operating systems may have a computer science degree.