Practice area: Patents & IP
INBOUND PCT ATTORNEY
Many international inventors, IP owners or their local law firms have already filed a PCT application and need a competent US registered patent attorney to file a U.S. national stage application at the United States Patent and Trademark Office ("USPTO"). This can typically be done prior to the 30-month date from most countries.
You can find a listing of patent applications that Mr. Silver worked on on our patent listing page.
Mr. Silver began his legal career at an intellectual property boutique law firm that handled a large volume of in-bound international work. Here, he regularly helped convert PCT applications into US national stage patent applications and prosecute such cases to allowance (results cannot be guaranteed). These US applications can be in the form of regular applications, patent prosecution highway accelerated examination, or some other form of accelerated examination.
For inventors that want to bypass filing in their home countries first and file their first application in the US, we can help there as well.
Did you know that if you are over the age of 65, you can petition for free to give your application special priority?
With foreign patent attorneys or foreign law firm associates, silverlegal is open to different relationships whether driving the analysis and recommendations or reviewing their strategies and helping adapt those strategies to the U.S. patent law and rules.
Combination Oath and Assignment
Inventor's Power of Attorney with silverlegal's customer number
Assignee's Power of Attorney with silverlegal's customer number
Patent Application Assignment
USPTO Forms are available on this website. Below silverlegal has selected some forms that might be useful for you.
We hope the above is useful to you. If any of the above links are or become broken, please let us know.
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Did you know that you can sign most USPTO documents with the USPTO's prescribed form of s-signature that depends on the context? For example, you may be able to use the format / First Last /. See this document for examples.
This is not legal advice. All forms are provided AS IS with all faults and are typically used with applications filed on or after 12 September 2012 Use of these forms is at your own risk, and silverlegal or its attorneys do not take any responsibility for your usage. Speak to an attorney about your specific facts and circumstances to know which form is right for your needs or if you need a custom document.