1200 Seventeenth St., N.W.
fifth floor
Washington DC 20036

Phone: (202)467-6300
Fax: (202)466-2006


"Our lawyers represent clients before all federal agencies responsible for intellectual property matters, including the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the U.S. Copyright Office, the USITC, the USDOC, USTR and Customs. Through our participation in such organizations as the American Intellectual Property Law Association, the International Trademark Association, the Intellectual Property Owners, the International Trade Commission Trial Attorneys Association, the Northern Virginia Technology Council and the Federal Circuit Bar Association, we continually enhance our expertise and ability to offer clients excellent legal counsel. Extensive experience in patents and other intellectual property matters enables us to offer the full range of protection and assistance that companies and individuals require in the competitive global market place. The firm's intellectual property attorneys have served as in-house counsel to major U.S. and multi-national companies, and held positions with the USPTO or USITC. The firm is a full service provider for obtaining valid patents, trademarks and copyrights. Our expertise allows us to navigate applications and responses quickly to obtain enforceable, commercially important intellectual property rights. Clients are frequently engaged in exchanges of information with our attorneys on a regular basis with regard to keeping them advised on patent protection and how to avoid intellectual property disputes in the future. Constant communication with clients is a priority at the firm whereby a system has been put in place to protect clients from overlooking crucial filing deadlines. We maintain a docket of filing deadlines for all essential documents with the USPTO, the USITC and Customs and promptly remind clients about approaching renewal dates. Because they are confident that their intellectual property concerns are being handled properly and promptly, our clients return to us for additional work."