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WELCOME Inventors. I am a DFW Registered Patent Attorney who can help clients in any of the 50 states and can offer you several advantages over other law firms.

I can offer inventors a modest price of $2400 (fixed fee) for a 20 year, non-provisional, patent application. My fee for a one-year provisional patent application is $300 (fixed fee). Why pay higher prices when I will apply my 30 years of experience of writing patent applications to your invention at a modest price. Additionally, I am an ex-examiner who has spent years examining patent applications while I was working at the Patent Office. I can put this examining experience to work for you to give you a good chance at a patent grant for your invention. Furthermore, I am a sole practitioner who will personally prepare your patent application. No one but me sees your invention. The big law firms may assign your invention to a new junior practitioner who does not have experience. The law firm of Alicia Danielle Swayze can offer you the best of both worlds, long patent writing experience and moderate prices.

I have experience with writing complex patent applications, and I have prepared mechanical, electrical and software/business method patent applications for my clients I worked as a patent attorney for Texas Instruments, Inc. for over 14 years in which I have worked on extremely technical patent applications. This has given me an extensive background in various fields of technology.

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Many elements come into play when you’re searching for the right patent services to protect your creation. The practitioner's experience, expenses, and their willingness to share with you the difference between patents, trademarks, and copyrights are all factors to consider. All inventors are welcome at this law office.

Allow me to put more than 30 years of experience in preparing patent applications and more than three years performing patent examinations to work for you. As an experienced patent attorney, I’ve prepared and obtained over 1000 patients for clients needing electrical, mechanical, and software applications, including producers such as Texas Instruments.

Why You Need a Patent on File

Having a patent application on file is crucial if you wish to protect your rights and your business. Do not let someone else obtain a patent on your invention. Without a patent application on file in the U.S. Patent Office, your design could be lost. Let an experienced patent attorney help you secure your intellectual property rights.

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I am well-versed in copyright, patent, and trademark law. As a result, I’m able to help you file national and international claims with the appropriate governing bodies. When clients come to my office with questions, I seek to help them secure their rights and defend what they’ve worked so hard to achieve. Schedule a consultation to determine what we can do help you.

Contact our law office to protect your invention and intellectual property.

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Pros/Cons of Working with an Experienced Patent Attorney:

With more experience, likely comes more knowledge about the patent law, how to handle the patent process, and what to expect from the patent office.

You may have a smoother and more successful experience because the patent process in this patent attorney’s office has been so nicely worked out over the years.

Because of so much experience, the patent attorney expenses you can expect will likely reflect that experience, and you can expect to pay more.

You may also not get a personable feeling from a more experienced, larger firm, as they have many clients that they tend to. Essentially, you may be one of many with whom they are working, so don’t think you are special.

Pros/Cons of Working with a Patent Attorney with Little to No Experience:

With less experience, the attorney may struggle to get through the patent process, take longer, or miss important things, which could jeopardize your getting a patent. This is not to say that it will absolutely happen, but the risk may be higher with someone who has no experience.

You should save money with someone who has limited experience. With having little to no experience, that should be reflected in the patent attorney expense you can expect.

There is a good chance that the patent attorney who is just starting out will be enthusiastic, motivated, and have a drive to succeed. If they are trying to build a reputation and business, having a successful outcome with your patent is imperative. They will likely work hard to please you.

Speaking of being pleased, there is also a good chance that you may get more personable, one-on-one service. Rather than meeting with legal assistants or paralegals, you may get to actually meet with the patent attorney more because they are less occupied.

Once you have taken these factors into consideration, you should be closer to your decision about whether or not to go with a patent attorney with or without experience. There are other experience factors to take into account as well, such as technical experience. If what you want to patent is technical in nature, you will absolutely need a patent attorney that is experienced in technical issues. They need to know the ins and outs and be up to date on technology issues in order to handle your patent correctly. Additionally, there are many people that find patent agents with whom to work, rather than patent attorneys.

There are many issues to consider when choosing the right patent attorney with whom to work. You want to consider experience vs. no experience, the patent attorney expenses you can expect, their willingness to share with you the difference between patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Consider the pros and cons of working with an experienced vs. a non-experienced patent attorney and make a determination. It is important to research any attorney with whom you are considering working so that you know what you are getting into and can make an informed decision.

I can assist you in developing and implementing a strategy for ensuring that your intellectual property rights receive the respect that they deserve. My Law Office is located in Plano, Texas near Dallas, Texas so I can provide local service to Dallas, Texas, Austin, Texas and Houston, Texas.

 *The Law Office of Alicia Danielle Swayze is owned and operated by Wilson Daniel Swayze, Jr. who is the same person as Alicia Danielle Swayze.

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Thank you for your interest. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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