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41 River Road, Summit, New Jersey 07901 United States

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https://www.gearhartlaw.com/
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CALLING ALL STARTUPS, CAPITALISTS, TINKERERS, DREAMERS, SCIENTISTS, ENGINEERS, INVENTORS AND DOERS.

Entrepreneurial opportunities are infinite right now. At Gearhart Law we believe the most successful companies all have one thing in common: they start with a solid foundation. Our law firm was founded on the principle that we will not only help you protect your ideas with patents, trademarks and copyrights, but also help you sustain long-term success. We work with clients from around the world, and together, we can change the world.

If you’re wondering how to get a patent, the best thing you can do is get a patent attorney. When you have an idea that can change a market or the world, a patent lawyer can help you figure out how to protect your idea so you can reap the financial benefits. Whether you need a mechanical, software, or pharmaceutical patent, a patent firm should be your first stop.

Trademarks are important when you want to brand your company. Consult a trademark attorney and make sure you get your trademark registered correctly. A trademark lawyer will help ensure that you have fewer problems when establishing your business and brand.

Copyrights protect artistic and creative expressions, such as paintings, books, screenplays, and music. Copyrights are a tool for artists to be compensated for their work. If you need help, a copyright attorney can advise you of the protections available.

At Gearhart, we’ve worked with inventors, entrepreneurs, startups and corporate partners across every major sector. The reality is that no two ideas or companies are alike and their protection and process should be equally unique. Whether your goal is to own and manage your own business, license your ideas or sell your concept, we will customize solutions around your needs. We will also help your company evolve from conception to mass-market production through our network of clients and affiliates.

Our attorneys have deep backgrounds and expertise in all the fields we represent.  We have experience in drafting pharmaceutical patents,  including drug patents,  small molecule patents, and life sciences patents, as well as medical device patents, software patents, healthtech patents, internet-of-things patents, and consumer product patents.  The list of our issued patents includes design patents, utility patents, and plant patents.

We have published extensively, are marquee speakers at industry events, own multiple patents in-house and have worked in specific industries as well—not to mention we have attained multiple degrees from leading institutions and are proficient in several languages. It’s safe to say we bring serious credibility to the table, and your path to realization starts now.

Individual Inventors

Turn your ideas into a real business.

A lot of people have good ideas. It takes time, capital and a great deal of work to turn a concept into a business—all the more reason to protect your invention. The patent process is complex, and even seasoned inventors can make small mistakes that can delay or sabotage their venture.

The smartest people explain things in the simplest possible way. We will help you understand every step of the process by communicating regularly throughout your project. Our approach is friendly and honest. Your team leader will always be accessible and we’ll never push a service that is unnecessary. We will also help you strategize the best IP position to fit your business plan and budget and provide a network of partners that can help you grow. At Gearhart Law, our commitment to individual clients is the same as to our global partners.

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41 River Road, Summit, New Jersey 07901 United States

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