The biotechnology industries are rapidly growing and expanding across many disciplines. Biotech can apply to a wide range of products that are derived from or related to living organisms and are used for various purposes in fields such as healthcare, agriculture, and environmental science.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office has seen a steady increase in patent applications for a broad range of products. Paul & Paul has decades of experience working with biotech companies to obtain patent protection and has successfully defended clients’ intellectual property from infringement.
Our lawyers are more than just patent attorneys. They have years of extensive experience in many industries and have strong academic credentials that enable them to work with biochemistry scientists to ensure their company has the legal protection it needs to ensure their technology has patent rights and is safe from infringement.
Biotechnology patents can be granted for a wide range of products that are derived from or related to living organisms and are used for various purposes in fields such as healthcare, agriculture, and environmental science. Here are some examples of products that can be patented in the field of biotechnology:
A biotechnology patent attorney can provide valuable assistance to companies that are developing new biotechnology products or seeking to protect their existing products through patent protection.
Here are some ways that a biotechnology patent attorney can help a company:
Our team-oriented law firm is dedicated to protecting clients in the rapidly expanding biotech sector. Our attorneys have decades of experience in patent prosecution and understand how critical it is to protect and enforce intellectual property rights. Our attorneys can provide assistance and counsel on biotechnology patents. If you have a new biotech invention or need biotech counsel, call today to speak to an attorney with knowledge and experience in biotechnology and life sciences who can help find solutions to your issues and explain your rights and how to proceed.