Jill Welytok is a registered patent attorney and CPA, and currently represents over... more
Jill Welytok is a registered patent attorney and CPA, and currently represents over 200 patent and trademark clients including federal government research entities, diversified manufacturing corporations and entrepreneurial start-ups which have obtained investment capital. Jill is the author of several internationally published books on intellectual property, tax and technology related t... view profile
I practice exclusively in Intellectual Property (IP) law -- counseling, management,... more
I practice exclusively in Intellectual Property (IP) law -- counseling, management, rendering opinions, training in preparing prosecuting patent applications, as well as prosecuting electrical, software, electro-mechanical, and mechanical patent applications. Law degree in '93 from Marquette (Law Review). EE in '89 from UW-M (honors). I am registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Tr... view profile
Jonathan is a partner in the Madison office of Michael Best Friedrich, LLP, and is a... more
Jonathan is a partner in the Madison office of Michael Best Friedrich, LLP, and is a member of the Intellectual Property, Life Sciences and Venture Best teams. He counsels clients in all areas of intellectual property law with a particular expertise of patent prosecution at the intersection of life sciences and information technology. Jonathan continues to maintain a significant knowledge base... 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.