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• attending “brainstorming” sessions generating invention disclosures,

• attending patent committee reviews and evaluations of disclosures,

• taking invention disclosures,

• drafting and filing applications,

• prosecuting applications,

• obtaining issuance of patents, and

• representation in administrative appeal and post-grant proceedings.

 

The transactional patent practice comprises all phases of patent prosecution in both domestic and foreign patent offices, including:

The client counseling representation also includes:

We value a highly collaborative process in each of these activities. We also strive for prompt and full communication with both inventors and client representatives in accordance with the preferences expressed and guidelines provided by the client representative.

The practice and counseling encompasses a wide variety of technologies within in the chemical, biological, mechanical, and electrical arts. A significant portion of this experience for our patent attorneys has been in a variety of high technology and oilfield technologies, such as:

Nolte Intellectual Property Law Group patent attorneys are all either registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office or are actively working to become registered. We actively represents clients securing acquiring and securing their rights worldwide. We personally represent them in applications filed under the Patent Cooperation Treaty and maintain relationships in a large number of foreign countries to assist our clients in the patent-related interests in those jurisdictions.

• developing and implementing patent strategies for our clients,

• due diligence in the acquisition and transfer of patent rights,

• freedom to operate and design around matters,

• formulation and delivery of opinions regarding patentability, infringement, and validity,

• counseling in licensing matters and other agreements such as joint development, confidentiality, and nondisclosure agreements, and

• pre-litigation activities such as Rule 11 investigations and cease and desist letters.

 

• computing technologies, like:

   • individual apparatuses including computers, servers, mass storage devices, etc.,

   • enterprise computing systems, both hardware and software,

   • microprocessor architectures,

   • software controlled processes,

   • information systems and technologies,

   • networking,

upstream oilfield technologies, for example:

   • seismic exploration,

   • well monitoring,

   • reservoir monitoring,

• offshore technology,

• oil field tools and services, including all manner of downhole tools,

• semiconductors and semiconductor processing, including

   • design,

   • fabrication processes, and

   • process management, and

• avionics including flight control systems,

• rotating machinery including turbines, compressors, pumps, and separators,

• bearings including magnetic bearings,

• seals,

• valves,

• control systems,

• heat engine systems,

• earthen reinforcement systems,

• LNG systems,

• renewable energy systems

• vehicle brake systems,

• robotic vehicles.

• fiber optics

• nano-technology

• telemetrics

 

Nolte Intellectual Property Law Group actively represents clients in all phases of transactional patent practice and client counseling.

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24610 Kingsland Blvd

Houston, Texas 77494

(866) 201-2030

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60 East 42nd Street

Ste 4000

New York, New York 10165

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Palo Alto

228 Hamilton Avenue,

3rd Floor

Palo Alto, CA 94301

(866) 201-2030

Nolte Intellectual Property Law Group actively represents clients in all phases of transactional patent practice and client counseling.

Nolte Intellectual Property Law Group patent attorneys are all either registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office or are actively working to become registered. We actively represents clients securing acquiring and securing their rights worldwide. We personally represent them in applications filed under the Patent Cooperation Treaty and maintain relationships in a large number of foreign countries to assist our clients in the patent-related interests in those jurisdictions.