Aspire IP offers a broad range of patent services with highly experienced professionals in patent prosecution and portfolio development. Strategic development of a patent portfolio is critical to developing a sound intellectual property position. Innovative start-ups, corporations, and other IP-driven organizations turn to Aspire IP for guidance when considering their IP options. We work with each client’s business, legal, and technical staffs to develop IP portfolios that align with their business objectives. We provide guidance to clients with existing and evolving portfolios to ensure that their portfolios provide business advantages. This work often entails identifying research and development goals, knowledge of relevant industry sectors, understanding competitors’ patents, and providing a focused approach to achieve a patent portfolio that adds value.

Our patent professionals practice in virtually all technology areas with decades of experience in industry sectors including medical devices, encryption, software, semiconductor devices and processes, semiconductor equipment, telecommunications, wireless communications, consumer electronics, pharmaceuticals, and business method patents. Our professionals will help you generate a patent portfolio in the ever changing landscape of patent law. There have been significant changes with the recent enactment of the America Invents Act (AIA). Aspire IP provides a focused approach and the experience to obtain the best possible protection for your ideas. Aspire will work with you to build effective patent strategies, from inception to issuance and beyond.

Aspire IP has extensive knowledge of U.S. Patent & Trademark Office practices, including:

  • Patent Trial and Appeal Board Appeals
  • Petitions
  • Reissues
  • Interferences
  • Ex Partes Reexamination
  • Inter partes Reexamination
  • Inter partes Review
  • Post-grant Review
  • Transitional post-grant review for covered business method patents
  • Derivations

Contact us today to protect your new invention, create your patent portfolio, or maintain the competitive advantage in your technology.