Work Directly With Highly Qualified Patent Attorney Who Is Also a Professional Engineer.
You will work directly with George Williamson, a solo practitioner, who handles all cases himself, and, in strictest confidence. He serves clients like you throughout the United States; he is accustomed to working with inventors like you over long distances by telephone, mail, and email, and, he has associates near the U.S. Patent Office. You will work directly with him so that you are fully aware of the status and in communication with him at all times during the prosecution of your case. Mr. Williamson has been practicing Patent Law since 1982 and holds degrees in both Law and multiple degrees in Engineering. He is licensed before the highest Court in the land, the United States Supreme Court, and, he is also a licensed Professional Engineer. He has Patent Office Registration No. 30,903. Click on Resume for more details on his background.
Affordable Fees and Costs.
You save money because Mr. Williamson is a solo practitioner in a small community with low overhead, where his fees are lower than the high priced patent attorneys in large law firms or larger cities, where legal fees in the range of $300-$750 per hour, or higher, are common. Why pay more when you can receive the same quality of patent assistance, at a fraction of the cost. Your initial consultation is free so call with any questions.
All Types of Cases Handled.
All types of Patents and Patent Searches, including Mechanical, Electrical and Chemical, and, Trademarks and Trademark Searches, and Copyright cases are handled. Mr. Williamson has worked with all types of clients, including individuals, small companies, corporations, professors, universities and even a medical school, so you can feel comfortable discussing your case and situation with him. He has also filed foreign patents in almost every country in the world using the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) or by filing directly with the country.
A Few Example Patents.
You will receive a high quality product for your money. To illustrate the quality of work you can expect to receive, a few example patent numbers are presented. No. 8,123,256 and 8,109,581 are mechanical devices. No. 8,079,562 is a medical device. No. 8,122,477 is a business method. No. 8,574,342 is a chemical process.
Comparison of Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights.
A patent is a limited duration property right or contract relating to an invention, granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in exchange for public disclosure of the invention.
A trademark is a word, phrase, symbol, and/or design that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those of others. A service mark is a word, phrase, symbol, and/or design that identifies and distinguishes the source of a service rather than goods. The term “trademark” is often used to refer to both trademarks and service marks. Must all marks be registered? No, but federal registration has several advantages, including a notice to the public of the registrant’s claim of ownership of the mark, a legal presumption of nationwide ownership, and the exclusive right to use the mark on or in connection with the goods or services set forth in the registration.
A copyright protects works of authorship, such as writings, music, and works of art that have been tangibly expressed.
The Patent Division of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) handles patents only, and, is separate from the Trademark Division of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) which handles trademarks only. For more information on patents and trademarks, please see the appropriate pages of this web site.
Confidential Disclosure Form – Record of Invention.
You can be certain that all cases are kept strictly confidential. Feel free to copy and use the attached form to confidentially disclose your Invention, Trademark, or Copyright to Mr. Williamson. However, you don’t have to use this form. If you have a different one you want to use, that is quite all right. Click on Confidential Disclosure Form – Record of Invention to review the attached form..
Common Service Areas.
Mobile AL, Montgomery AL, Birmingham AL, Huntsville AL, Tuscaloosa AL, Decatur AL, Dothan AL, Gadsden AL, Auburn AL, Fairhope AL, Daphne AL, Foley AL, Orange Beach AL, Pensacola FL,Gulfport MS, Biloxi MS, Jackson MS, New Orleans LA, Atlanta GA. The states of Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and the entire United States.