INVENTION Biotech, Pharma, Mechanical, Consumer Product, Instrumentation,
Informatics? Work With Me To Patent Your Inventions From Anywhere In The World.
BioPatentSm Intellectual Property Services
Patent Drafting, Quality Patent
Prosecution, Office Action Responses, and Opinions.
In Almost Any Field, Such As: Mechanical
Inventions, Consumer Products, Instrumentation, and Biotechnology.
We are One of the Only Patent
Prosecution Firms in the East Bay. Come See Us If You Live Near By.
However, Most of Our Inventor Clients Do Not Live In
Northern California. I Can Work With You Over the Phone and Internet to File and
Prosecute Your Patent.
Gary L. Baker, Esq.,
Quine IP Law Group
Alameda, CA 94501
STEPS TO PATENTING YOUR INVENTION
I am the Managing Director of the Quine
Intellectual Property Law Group of Alameda, California (Est. 1998).
I have been a Mechanic, Medical Technologist,
QC Specialist, Genetic Engineer, Process Engineer, Civil Attorney, and Patent
Attorney. Hands on Experience.
( see www.quinelaw.com ).
What is a
Quality Patent Application?
I think a
Quality patent is one that is granted and protects the owner's interests.
At the time of filing, it is often hard to know what challenges the application
will meet at the Patent Office, and how competitors might challenge in the
market place. So, a quality patent needs to have at least a broadly
specification will describe the invention the owner wants to sell in the market
place. Sometimes I have trouble explaining to individual inventors of
small businesses that the application also needs to describe embodiments they do
not want to practice. This gives flexibility to support claim amendments
around surprise prior art during prosecution, and an opportunity to file a
continuation with claims blocking a competitor's engineer around.
further, good Figures are important to support aspects of the invention that may
not be in the specification text (drawings tell 1000 words), and are required to
show all elements of a device that are mentioned in the claims. Multiple
examples are important to fight enablement rejections, particularly in Asia and
1. Hourly Rate: Very Low for Quality, Experience,
2. Consultation: No Charge for the First Half Hour.
3. Deposit Fee: A Deposit is Generally Required for
Initiation of Patent Prosecution. Client Account Deposits for Simple Inventions Can Range as Low as
$5000; Complex Inventions to About $10,000 or more. Additional Retainers May Be Required as
Prior Retainers are Exhausted. Excess Retainer Fees are Returned at Completion
or Termination of
For a detailed copy of my current fee schedule contact me
at Baker@BioPatent.com .
Patent Prosecution Including - Drafting of Patent
Applications, Formal Drawings, Continued Applications, Responses to Office Actions, Desist
Letters, Design Patents.
Opinions - Patentability, Validity, Freedom to
Hablo algun Español - Tengo una Ayudante
con fluidez en Español.
Gary Baker - Background:
- Patent Attorney Registered to Practice Before the U.S.
Patent and Trademark Office Since 1998 (License No. 41,595).
- Attorney at Law Licensed in Federal and California
Jurisdictions Since 1993 (License No. 169671).
- Biotechnology Expert with 16 years of Experience in
Genetic Engineering, Cell Cultures, Protein Chemistry and Process Development.
- Clinical Laboratory Scientist Registered with California
State Board of Health (License No. 27345).
- Experienced Auto Mechanic, Private Aircraft Pilot, and
- Fluent reader (and stumbling speaker) in
Spanish and French.
University of San Francisco School of Law- Jurisdoctorate
San Francisco State University - Genetic Engineering
Long Beach Memorial Medical Center - Medical Technology
Montana State University - Microbiology B.S.
Exemplary Patents and Applications:
Two Stage Nucleic Acid Amplification Using an Amplification Oligomer,
U.S. Patent 7,615,351
Solar Modules, U.S Patent 7,569,764
Flow Control of Photo-Polymerizable Resin, U.S. Patent 7,001,853
Structural System of Interlocking Sheets, U.S. Patent 6,918,497
Preservation of Bioactive Materials by Freeze Dried Foam, U.S. Patent 7,135,180
Temperature Regulated Clothing, U.S. Patent 7,186,957
Retrieval Catheter, U.S. Patent
Contact Gary Baker, Esq.