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The Patent Prosecution and Counseling Practice Group at Procopio is one of the largest in the San Diego region. The attorneys and patent agents in this group have unparalleled patent expertise and are all registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

We provide sophisticated patent services to businesses and institutions in a wide range of industries and technologies, including, electronics, software, communications, consumer goods, medical devices, optics, semiconductors, e-commerce, biotechnology, mechanical systems and computer networking. We help our clients create and implement effective patent development and protection strategies in the United States and throughout the world to further their business objectives. We also protect and oversee clients’ interests in a variety of patent related business transactions including litigation, licensing, sales and acquisitions.

Examples of our specific services include:

  • Preparation and prosecution of patent applications
  • International patent procurement
  • Intellectual property portfolio development and commercialization
  • Intellectual property audits, due diligence and legal opinions
  • Licensing, acquisition and sale of intellectual property
  • Validity, patentability and infringement studies
  • Appellate representation before administrative and judicial panels

Articles Authored by Lawyers at this office:

When is Final Really Final? The Federal Circuit Wrestles with Conflicting Court and PTO Decisions Relating to the Same Patent
Robert H. Sloss, October 08, 2014
Yogi Berra, the sage of baseball and life, once said, “It ain’t over until it’s over.” In many respects, that philosophy applies to district court patent infringement litigation that advances in parallel with proceedings in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to invalidate...