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Whether it is guidance for securing patentable assets, protecting new products and ideas, or offering new strategies to help monetize those assets through licensing or business transactions, Rimon’s Patent Prosecution attorneys are experts in the strategic management of the patent process.

The patent process involves studious attention to often minute details pertaining to the product and the relevant industry marketplace. Rimon’s attorneys are renowned for their comprehensive expertise in a wide range of burgeoning industries, including computer science, electronics, semiconductors, RFID systems, MEMS (Microelectromechanical Systems), medical devices, telecommunications, and online services (e.g., advertising, e-commerce, social networking, gaming).

In helping technology companies and individuals obtain patents to protect intellectual property, Rimon has been proud to be at the forefront of new product development in the U.S. and internationally. Rimon’s patent attorneys have successfully prosecuted domestic and international patents for companies that depend on their innovation and entrepreneurship to succeed in a competitive world.

Our attorneys have engaged with patents both legally and scientifically, in various capacities, such as:

  • Developing strategies for and managing large patent portfolios including patent application drafting and prosecution, as well as conducting IP audits
  • Managing various types of domestic and international patent litigation and negotiating favorable settlements

Our patent services include:

  • Advising on the patentability of inventions
  • Preparing and prosecuting patent applications to issuance
  • Managing and developing strategies for patent portfolios
  • Performing patent audits to confirm patent assets are optimized for a client’s business strategy in a cost-effective manner
  • Generating patent landscapes for product lines and development roadmaps
  • Reviewing, negotiating and drafting complex intellectual property, corporate, and commercial agreements or other transactions
  • Preparing non-infringement and invalidity opinions
  • Developing design-around strategies
  • Managing infringement matters or other disputes
  • Advising on merger and acquisition transactions and conducting due diligence relating to intellectual property issues

From helping write the application for a patent to filing and prosecuting within the United States Patent and Trademark Office to negotiating licensing transactions, we stand by our clients.

Rimon Attorneys With Expertise in Patent Counseling and Prosecution Include: