Dobbin IP Law P.C.

Geoff Dobbin, Premier Intellectual Law Attorney

You have an invention or maybe an idea.

  • What then do you do with that invention?
  • How do you protect it?
  • How do you nurture it and grow it to its full potential?

That’s where we can help.

At Dobbin IP Law, we specialize in obtaining patents to protect your invention, copyrights to protect your authorship, and trademarks to protect your marketing.

Producing, protecting, and marketing an invention is hard work. Let us help you with that burden.

When you choose Dobbin IP Law, you will discover that we care about our clients.  We will work with you one on one to meet your needs.  Additionally, we will tell you as soon as possible whether or not we think your invention is patentable, because we value honesty.  Your privacy is also a priority. Everything communicated between client and attorney is considered confidential.  Here at Dobbin IP Law, we specialize in working with the little guy.  We love to watch

Here at Dobbin IP Law, we specialize in working with the little guy.  We love to watch business grow and expand.

The preparation for your patent application is a fairly complex process.  It includes the drafting of formal descriptions of the best mode, or embodiment, of your invention, including a specification on how it is built and/or operates and claims as to the uniqueness of the invention.  Your application must also adhere to certain criteria and standards of the United States Patent & Trademark Office.

Here at Dobbin IP Law, we are aware of these requirements, and after discussing your invention with you will put your application in proper format for submission.  We will also use our experience and best efforts to broaden the scope of your invention.

We have included a number of frequently asked questions on the resource section of our website.  You can find the links in the menu at the top.  Please feel free to browse them as well as the general information about intellectual property we have provided.  If your question has not been answered, please feel free to contact us and schedule a free consultation.