DL Bentley Law Group PLLC
New York Intellectual Property Lawyer

An Experienced Patent Prosecution Firm

While the term 'prosecution' in the legal realm often involves taking legal action in the courtroom, patent prosecution refers to the process of writing and filing patent applications and working with the patent office to get your patent approved.

Unlike patent litigators, patent prosecutors must have thorough knowledge of the technical processes behind patent law. At DL Bentley Law Group PLLC, we serve as both your patent prosecutors and patent litigators.

DL Bentley Law GroupThe patent registration process is complicated — and unbeknownst to you, your idea may have already been patented. We have extensive experience investigating, drafting and applying for patents before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Our intellectual property attorney works closely with you to help you develop a patent protection strategy, helping New York City's brightest minds draft, prosecute and protect their greatest inventions.

Protect Your Technological Innovations

Patents provide the backbone for some of our country's greatest technological feats and discoveries. That is why we provide not only assistance in identifying and securing your ideas and innovations — but we protect your rights against those trying to infringe upon your intellectual property rights.

From our office in Brooklyn, we have seen some astounding innovations arise in New York. And we are committed to safeguarding those ideas, as well as the innovators behind them. Our seasoned trial lawyer has litigated a variety of intellectual property cases — for individuals and businesses located across the country.

Contact our offices today to discuss your needs with our accomplished patent prosecution attorney. Call 646-835-0339 to set up an initial consultation, or reach out online to get started.

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