California Intellectual Property Attorneys
San Jose Patent & Trademark Lawyers
At the AV-rated* intellectual property law firm of Schneck & Schneck, we protect inventions and ideas. Our law firm was founded more than 30 years ago, and our California intellectual property lawyers offer more than 70 years of collective experience in intellectual property law.
From California offices in San Jose and Sacramento, our high-technology attorneys and registered patent agents practice intellectual property law in California, the U.S., and worldwide — to protect patent and trademark rights in the United States and around the world for individual inventors, start-up entrepreneurs, and companies with large patent and trademark portfolios.
Our attorneys and patent agents have also worked as engineers, researchers and industrial managers in areas such as semiconductor manufacturing, optics and software design. Thus, we can understand both the legal and business perspectives of our clients' goals and concerns. We strive to offer high-value, time-sensitive legal services in the areas of U.S. patents, trademarks, domain name disputes, foreign patents, legal opinions, and other aspects of intellectual property law.
Whether you need a single patent search or company-wide counseling and advice regarding intellectual property protection strategies, we at Schneck & Schneck would be proud to assist you.
Schedule a consultation with one of our San Jose patent and trademark attorneys. Contact us online or call 408/297-9733. Initial consultations are best conducted in person at our downtown San Jose office. After that first introductory meeting, we are often able to handle future communications via email, FAX, phone and mail.
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