Experienced Patent Continuation Lawyers

People who have already started the patent application process may have faced the tough decision of whether they want to file a continuation with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Filing a continuation will allow you to pursue a broader scope than your original patent application.

At Boudwin Intellectual Property Law, LLC, we help our clients with the patent continuation process and will discuss your options in your first meeting. In some cases, it may be best to restart the patent process. We will look at your specific case to help you understand the best course of action for you. You can contact our intellectual property law firm now at 856-975-6241.

What Is The Patent Continuation Process?

Sometimes, during the patent process, an inventor will change their invention as it has been developed and changed over time. Unfortunately, once a patent application is filed, they cannot add new material to it or, in some cases, remove material from it that was claimed as essential. Other times, inventors may wish to add new features to their inventions to differentiate them from products that the patent examiner found in prosecution. To account for these changes, a continuation or continuation-in-part application will need to be filed.

Schedule Your Free Consultation Now

You can learn more about how our attorneys can help you by discussing your patent application in a free consultation. Our Swedesboro office helps clients in the Philadelphia metropolitan area, North Carolina, and around the world with their patent applications. Call our office at 856-975-6241 or send us an email to schedule your free first meeting with a lawyer.