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James Lindon’s reviews

     3.0 stars 4 total

Review James Lindon
  • "When your invention is worth more than $300 and 2 hours of your time, then feel free to contact me"

    1.0 star

    Posted by a Patent Application client

    After asking what my $300 would get me, the response I got was very unprofessional and reiterated the reviews already found on here. To tell someone you don't even know to come back to you when you think your idea is worth over $300 is an insult. Who would trust an attorney who makes such a horrible first impression? I'm sorry, my $300 is worth about $300 more than I would pay you, so take your cute little practice and that lovely "I'm a pharmacist and and lawyer" think I'm larger than life attitude back to your office and enjoy NOT making money. Everyone, I recommend staying away and finding someone who cares. It's always better to do business with a guy who doesn't mind spending some time with you.

    James L Lindon Ph.D.’s response: “This college student seeking a legal opinion via e-mail was disappointed. He sent the firm an email and asked for free legal advice. The firm did no legal work for him. He was advised to call the firm to discuss his matter and did not do so.”

    1.0 star

    Posted by a Intellectual Property client

    Overall, I had a very negative experience meeting with James L Lindon and would not recommend him to anyone, unless you want to waste 295 dollars leaving there with more questions than answers and sitting on his office floor for almost 2 hours during the meeting. My parents and I were seeking immediate legal advice concerning patents about a specific product. He works out of his residence and when we went into his office, he informed us that one of us would have to stand for 2 hours because there are only 2 chairs in the room. When asked if he had another chair available anywhere in the house that he can bring (there was plenty of room to sit in the hallway near the entrance to his office if he brought a chair), he told us that he didn't, so one of us ended up sitting on the floor for the majority of the meeting which was extremely rude, inconsiderate, and unprofessional. Not only was he rude, inconsiderate, and unprofessional, he was also not informative. Most of the answers to our questions consisted of him repeating definitions of what a patent was. Avoid at all costs.

    James L Lindon Ph.D.’s response: “He came to my office with his mommy and daddy. He and his parents repeated that their "invention" was patentable. Apparently, they wanted a patent application filed that had zero chance of success. I could not ethically file a frivolous patent application. He is correct that I explained to him, or at least tried, OVER AND OVER about patentable subject matter and that his "invention" legally could not be granted a patent. Assuming they did not file a patent application anyway, it was the best $295 they ever spent. It saved them much more money on a frivolous patent application. In the year 2010, the game "corn hole" is no longer considered new. Sorry about that. Lesson: either listen to your patent lawyer or plan to waste your money. Your lawyer should tell you what you NEED to hear, not what you WANT to hear.”
  • Thanks so much for your legal assistance with my small business!!!!!

    5.0 stars

    Posted by Ruth Ann, Simply Digital Publishing

    He has helped me numerous times with my eBay business and in the area of copyright infringement allegations and learning how to copyright my items that I have developed. He has a special expertise and is the best and most professional lawyer I have ever worked with.

  • Small Business Owner Recommended

    5.0 stars

    Posted by Todd

    James has handled all of our trademark and patent legal issues for over three years. For our company Lindon & Lindon has provided us with the services that one would expect to receive from in-house counsel yet at a mere fraction of the cost.