Mr. Alcoba is a registered patent attorney who has over 15 years of experience preparing and prosecuting patent applications.

A patent application is a legal process and the USPTO suggests that inventors use a patent attorney to file their patent applications. A patent attorney has the required patent legal knowledge to help you present and prosecute your invention before the United States Patent Office.

Our patent attorney is licensed to practice law in Florida and can prosecute your patent application before the USPTO, Mr. Alcoba has worked with many independent and corporate inventors over the past 15 years. He has filed patent applications in many arts.

Having worked with independent inventors, Mr. Alcoba realizes that often some independent inventors have a difficult time describing or drawing their inventions and therefore he has a team of drafters and engineers that help him present the inventor’s invention to the US Patent Office. He strongly believes that his experience allows him to help independent inventors understand the things they may or may not know.

Our Firm believes that prior to meeting with a patent lawyer you should have an understanding of the patent process. For that reason, we are providing basic information and videos to help you better understand the patenting process.

We believe that the better you are versed in the patent process, the better you will be able to relay your information to our patent lawyers, thereby allowing them to best present your patent application before the US Patent Office.

Note, we strongly suggest you conduct a preliminary patent search prior to filing a patent application, for it will allow you to see what has already been patented and what makes your invention novel. If there is nothing that makes your patent different from what has been patented, then we suggest that you do not file a patent application, for ONLY inventions that are novel and non-obvious can be patented.

We prepare patent applications, freedom to operate opinions, patent availability opinions, licensing agreements, work-for-hire agreements, distribution agreements, and other patent related services.

Thank you for visiting our page and we look forward to helping you with your invention.