I am a registered U.S. patent attorney, registration number 33,560 and was... more
I am a registered U.S. patent attorney, registration number 33,560 and was registered as a patent agent back in 1989. I have a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering as well as a law degree, obtained in 1993, and I assist clients in security software patents, business method patents, electrical patents, mechanical patents, and trademark registrations. I also assist clients with contingency... view profile
My practice focuses on obtaining U.S. and foreign patents for clients on software... more
My practice focuses on obtaining U.S. and foreign patents for clients on software and Internet-related inventions, as well as strategic planning and analysis of patent portfolios, and patent validity and infringement opinions. Before becoming a patent attorney, I received technical degrees from Stanford University related to Computer Science, and worked for over six years as a software enginee... view profile
If your business relies (at least in part) on your innovations, then you need to... more
If your business relies (at least in part) on your innovations, then you need to secure protection on those innovations. This is what I call "The Competitive Edge". That is, you can get an edge on your competition by securing legal protection onyour innovations. I can help you to this end.And hopefully my following credentials will convince you that I am the right person for the job. I a... view profile
Neil Juneja is a registered patent attorney and a member of the Washington bar. Neil... more
Neil Juneja is a registered patent attorney and a member of the Washington bar. Neil has worked in theatrical lighting and the entertainment industry for nineteen years. In addition, he has worked closely in technology throughout the rise and fall of the dot com bubble. Neil claims no responsibility for the bubble bursting.
Hello and welcome to my profile. I am presently Chief Intellectual Property Counsel... more
Hello and welcome to my profile. I am presently Chief Intellectual Property Counsel and Assistant General Counsel of Weyerhaeuser. I have been an IP attorney for almost 30 years, previously having worked at Union Carbide Corporation and American Cyanamid Company. I am admitted in Washington, New York, Connecticut and before the US PTO as well as several federal courts. My experience ranges ... 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.