Bockhop & Associates, LLC

Bockhop & Associates, LLC
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Bockhop & Associates, LLC, serves the intellectual property legal needs of universities and established companies throughout the world. Bryan Bockhop has the background and experience necessary to help clients secure the rights vital for protecting their inventions and creations in an increasingly competitive marketplace.

Bryan Bockhop, a registered patent attorney, has over 19 years of experience in protecting inventions from a host of technologies, including: computer processor architecture, digital communications, logic circuits, electronics, nanotechnology (including field emitters, graphene, oxide nanostructures and cantilevers), integrated optics, klystron power systems, radio frequency circuits, software, pharmaceutical systems, business methods, spun bond and polymer manufacturing, petroleum drilling and monitoring, and complex mechanical systems.

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  • Patents
  • Trademarks
  • Copyrights
  • Intellectual Property

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