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Patent Pricing

Learn about patent pricing.

Trademark Pricing

Learn about trademark pricing.

Subscription Pricing

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Patent Pricing

All prices are for US filings for small and micro entities. For large entities, please budget an additional $1000 to cover increased fees.

Contact me for details about foreign patent protection.

All prices include filing fees.

Standard

$8,000
  • Covers one low complexity inventive concept
  • Reminders and reporting emails
  • Brief summary of first office action

Elite

$12,000
  • Covers one high complexity inventive concept, two medium complexity inventive concepts, OR three low complexity inventive concepts
  • Reminders and reporting emails
  • Brief summary of first office action

Trademark Pricing

All prices are for US trademark applications; for foreign filing pricing, please contact me.

All prices include filing fees.

"Actual Use" Trademark

$1,250
  • Covers one class for an  “actual use” trademark application
  • Includes brief availability search
  • Includes filing fees
  • Reminders and reporting emails
  • Brief summary of a first office action

Substantive Office Action Response

$1,750
  • Legal brief responding to a subsantive office action
  • Evaluation of chances of success

Subscription Pricing

All prices are for US filings for small and micro entities. Please contact me for large entity pricing.

All prices include filing fees.

Patent Subscription

starting at
$2,200/mo
  • Minimum 6 month commitment
  • Two standard patents
  • Reminders and reporting emails
  • Brief summary of first office action
  • Save more than 15%!

Trademark Subscription

$700/mo
  • Minimum 3 month commitment
  • Two “actual use” trademark applications – one for your logo, and one for your wordmark.
  • Save more than 15%!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an "actual use" trademark?

You can file an “actual use” trademark application if you are currently using the proposed mark in association with your goods or services, and you are also selling those goods or providing those services in a state other than your own (i.e., “in commerce”).

What is an "intent to use" trademark?

You can file an “intent to use” trademark application if you have concrete plans to use the proposed mark in association with your goods or services, but you are not yet selling those goods or providing those services in a state other than your own (i.e., “in commerce”).

Do I qualify as a micro or small entity?

[Current as of 11/16/2017]

Conditions under which a patent owner qualifies for reduced “small entity” fees:

If the owner is a “person” (i.e. individual or individuals) who has not assigned, granted, conveyed, or licensed, and is under no obligation under contract or law to assign, grant, convey, or license, any rights in the invention.

If the owner is a “small business concern.” Under the SBA regulations, this means that the owner, including affiliates, has fewer than 500 employees and the owner has not assigned, granted, conveyed, or licensed, and is under no obligation under contract or law to assign, grant, convey, or license, any rights in the invention.

A non-profit organization (regardless of size), including institutions of higher education who has not assigned, granted, conveyed, or licensed, and is under no obligation under contract or law to assign, grant, convey, or license, any rights in the invention.

If the owner has transferred or licensed rights, or is under obligation to do so, it can still qualify for small entity status so long as each party individually meets the requirements listed here.

Conditions under which a patent owner qualifies for reduced “micro entity” fees:

The owner must qualify as a USPTO-defined small entity.

The owner must not be named on more than four previously filed applications.

The owner must not have a gross income more than $169,548.

The owner must not be under an obligation to assign, grant, or convey a license or other ownership to another entity that does not meet the same income requirements as the inventor.

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