PATENT AND TRADEMARK LAWYER SERVING MISSISSIPPI
For about thirty years Patent Attorney George Williamson has operated his law practice to serve and protect the intellectual property of individuals and corporations across Mississippi and throughout the United States. Mr. Williamson represents clients in many aspects of Patent and Trademark Law, including the following:
- Patent and Trademark Counseling
- Patent Applications and Patent Searches
- Trademark and Service Mark Registrations and Searches
- Patent and Trademark Licensing Agreements
- Trade Secrets
- Contracts, e.g., Nondisclosure Agreements and Noncompetition Agreements
SUPERIOR CREDENTIALS AND EXPERIENCE FEW CAN MATCH
Mr. Williamson is admitted to practice law in Mississippi, and, before The Supreme Court of the United States and the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He is also a Licensed Engineer in Mississippi and holds Degrees in Engineering and related Technical Fields.
He has obtained the following type patents for inventors just like you:
- Mechanical Inventions for Farm Implements and Heavy Equipment
- Industrial Processing Equipment
- Sporting Goods and Accessories
- Hunting and Fishing Equipment
- Exercise Equipment
- Medical Devices
- Electrical Inventions such as a Computerized Light System for a Home
- Business Methods such as a Video Distribution System
- Chemicals and Chemical Processes, e.g., A Process for Producing Nitrogen
FLAT RATE PRICING
George prefers flat-rate prices to give you certainty as you move forward. He can help you if you’ve had thoughts like these:
- You’ve got a fantastic invention, but you don’t know how to protect it.
- You’re afraid that if you start selling your invention someone with more money will steal it from you.
- You wish to file your own patent application but the Patent Office sent you a letter that you don’t understand.
- You built a piece of equipment at work that really increases efficiency, and you think others could also use it.
- What if the manufacturer you hire to mold your invention might steal it or tell someone about it?
You should consider investing in yourself, your company, or your future by protecting your inventions and trademarks. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is and how cheap it is.