Arkansas Patent Lawyer Near Me

Arkansas Patent and Trademark Help

For over a quarter-century Edison Law Group Arkansas patent lawyer has helped Arkansas patent lawyer clients navigate the unknown waters of Arkansas inventors help from the patent search to organizing the patent application and just being the best patent attorney. We are licensed to represent inventors before the Arkansas USPTO and our patent law practice is exclusively devoted to intellectual law in Arkansas.

Arkansas Patent Attorney Services

Finding a patent attorney in Arkansas with super competitive legal fees and over a quarter-century of legal experience is a dream come true for any inventor in Arkansas. From individual Arkansas inventors on a tight budget to large Fortune 500 Companies, our U.S. Registered Patent Attorneys in Arkansas have successfully helped inventors protect their ideas both simple and complex. A Patent Search accomplishes the following:

We can help you with the following patent legal services in Arkansas:

  • Arkansas Patent Search & Legal Opinion

  • Utility Patent Application Arkansas

  • Arkansas Provisional Patent Application

  • Design Patent Application Arkansas

  • Arkansas Trademark Search & Filing

  • IP Infringement Litigation Arkansas

Arkansas Counties For Patent Services

Pulaski County, Benton County, Washington County, Sebastian County, Faulkner County

Arkansas Patent Search Cities

Don’t bother filing a Arkansas patent application if the idea is already patented. This pretty much sums up the purpose of why you should do a Design & Provisional Patent Search.

Little Rock, Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Springdale, Jonesboro, Rogers, North Little Rock, Conway, Bentonville, Pine Bluff, Hot Springs, Benton, Sherwood, Bella Vista, Texarkana, Jacksonville

A smart Arkansas inventor will not waste time and money filing a patent application on an idea that has already been patented. The Arkansas application will surely get rejected by the USPTO.

Utility Patent Application In Arkansas

If you believe that your idea will make money, you may want to skip the Provisional and file a Utility Patent in Arkansas. The word utility means useful. So if you feel that your idea has use to humanity, even if it’s for entertainment purposes, you may want to protect the idea with a Utility Patent.

The Arkansas Utility Patent application will:

  • Give you the almighty filing date (Patent Pending)
  • Allow you to start manufacturing and selling your idea
  • Grant you a monopoly on the idea for 20 years

You are not guaranteed to make money if you file a patent in Arkansas but you certainly have a horse in the race.


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