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Retaining a Federally-Registered Patent Attorney.
Patent law in the United States is federal law. Federally-registered Patent Attorneys are licensed to prosecute patent applications of inventors located in Nashville, before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

During the application process, the federal government will not provide assistance to a patent applicant. In fact, the United States Patent and Trademark Office strongly advises patent applicants to contact a registered patent attorney or a patent agent.

A federally-registered Patent Attorney can assist in:

  • Performing a patent search
  • Drafting the patent application
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  • Correcting an issued patent
  • Litigating in case of infringement

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Patents in the state of Tennessee: According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, over 3,440 patents were granted in the state of Tennessee between 2006 and 2010, including over 920 patents granted in 2010. Most inventions patented between 2006 and 2010 in the state of Tennessee were Mechanical.

TN: 2006-2010 Average 2010
Mechanical over 320 patents over 440 patents
Electrical over 180 patents over 250 patents
Chemical over 170 patents over 220 patents


Obtaining a Patent in the United States.
A U.S. patent grants a patent owner the right to exclude others from making, using, selling, or distributing the patented invention without permission, for a period of 14-20 years. During this time period, the patent owner can generate revenue through licensing or sale.

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Intellectual Property Articles:




Patents News In Nashville - Google News

Patent Patrol: 20 August 2014
Nashville Post (subscription)
1. U.S. Patent No. 8,812,149, entitled ?Sequential scanning of multiple wavelengths? invented by Arthur G. Doak of Nashville. 2. U.S. Patent No. 8,809,718, entitled ?Optical wire sorting? invented by Arthur G. Doak of Nashville and Mitchell Gregg Roe ...

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Patent Patrol: 13 August 2014
Nashville Post (subscription)
1. U.S. Patent No. 8,802,961, entitled ?Wireless foot-operated effects pedal for electric stringed musical instrument? invented by Henry E. Juszkiewicz of Nashville. 2. U.S. Patent No. 8,802,959, entitled ?Variable resonant bifilar single coil magnetic ...

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Berg and the Pursuit of the Body's Hidden Drugs
Bio-IT World
?Nobody's going to get a composition and matter on these, obviously,? says Narain, referring to the preferred choice for pharma patents, covering the chemical structure of the drug itself. ?That's why we stayed under the radar for a good five years ...



Families In Public Schools Fight Common Core, But Won't Get Out
The Chattanoogan
Nashville and Atlanta are better than Washington. He pretends that state governments are distinct, full of integrity, having made no compromises either with teachers' unions or the latest fads in pedagogy, surveillance or standardization. He pretends ...





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