Intellectual Property Strategies For Success
Roland Tong is a senior patent attorney at Brooks Kushman, PC. Whether you are a novice inventor, a start-up company, an established company, or a seasoned patentee, our goal is to provide you with prompt, efficient, and beneficial legal representation that delivers results – at reasonable rates. Our areas of practice include Intellectual Property Law, Patents, Gaming Device Patents,Computer Related Patents, Biotechnology and Medical Device Patents, Mechanical Patents, Design Patents, International Patents and Trademarks, Patent Infringement Litigation, Patent Prosecution, Trademarks, and Trademark Infringement Litigation
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In today’s highly competitive business environments, businesses need ways to set themselves apart from competition. Intellectual property law provides various powerful tools for businesses to obtain competitive edge. For instance, through patent law, patent owners are granted exclusive rights to the products of their minds. That is, patent owners have the exclusive right to make, use, and sell their inventions. Competitors cannot practice the patented inventions without first obtaining a license from the patent owners. At the Law Offices of Brooks Kushman PC, we help our clients obtain intellectual property protection, strategically structure license agreements, and enforce our clients intellectual property rights. We are a full-service intellectual property law firm geared to helping clients achieve their business goals by maximizing business opportunity.
Whether helping a gaming device manufacturer with legal issues about a patent or a computer software start-up company with a software application,
The Law Offices of Brooks Kushman, are an intellectual property law firm located in Los Angeles, California.
We Serve Clients From All Over United States
Technology today has rendered geographic separation virtually meaningless. What that means is that while most of our intellectual property clients are from Southern California, we have the ability to ably represent clients throughout the United States, and internationally. For further information about intellectual property law, please contact us today. To learn more about a variety of topics, please see our Articles or Intellectual Property FAQs. For immediate assistance call us at 888-350-6265.
Roland Tong, senior patent attorney serves clients all over Southern California, including Orange County cities, such as San Clemente, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Ladera Ranch, Rancho Santa Margarita, Aliso Viejo, Irvine, Westminster, Santa Ana, Fullerton, Anaheim, Long Beach, Huntington Beach, Los Angeles County cities, such as Torrance, Los Alamitos, San Pedro, Los Angeles, North Hollywood, West Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Studio City, Woodland Hills, Encino, Ventura, Sunland, Reseda, Sun Valley, Panorama City, Chatsworth, Canoga Park, Tarzana, Van Nuys, West Hills, Simi Valley, Valencia, Sylmar, San Fernando, Burbank, Sherman Oaks, Santa Clarita, Canyon Country, Carson, Lancaster, Palmdale, and Riverside County cities, such as Temecula, Riverside, San Bernardino, Chino, and Chino Hills.
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