Can My Invention Be Patented? 2018-06-26T15:55:03+00:00

The Patentability of Inventions

There are many unique and innovative ideas being thought of every day that should be protected in order to secure the creator’s intellectual property rights. In some cases, however, a different person in a different place has come up with the same idea and may have already started the process before you.

Under the recently passed America Invents Act, it is now more important than ever to file a patent application on your invention as soon as possible.

Before you invest the time and resources in things like patenting, prototyping and manufacturing, you should discuss your idea with an experienced patent attorney. At Livingston Loeffler, we dedicate our entire practice to intellectual property law. From our offices in Naples, Fort Myers and Sarasota, we help clients throughout Florida and the U.S. with all types of patent matters.

What a Patent Attorney Can Do for You

When you hire our Firm, we will work with you to fully understand your invention and the qualities or features that make it unique. We will perform a complete patentability search to determine if there are any United States, Foreign patents and/or published patent applications that could prevent you from receiving an issued patent.

The U.S. registered patent attorneys at our firm have a complete understanding of patent law and we do everything in our power to ensure that your interests are protected to the fullest extent possible. These matters can be quite complex for people who have never been through the process before. Our experience prosecuting patent applications and litigating patent matters allows us to provide you the answers you need in the most expedient manner possible.

Schedule an Initial Consultation

Contact our offices today to discuss your questions with a lawyer. Call 239-262-8502 to reach us in Naples and Fort Myers, 941-309-5314 to reach us in Sarasota, 1-800-548-4332 to reach us nationwide or send us an e-mail.

We assist clients nationwide, throughout the state of Florida and Southwest Florida, including Naples, Fort Myers, Sarasota and surrounding communities.

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