The only way to make money from your product invention and to guarantee that no one will steal your idea is to file a patent with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. This can be an intimidating process and is not recommended to go at it alone. We have years of experience in the patenting process and know how to file properly without infringing on another’s idea. All of our products are patent-pending or fully patented and ready to be introduced into the consumer market.



Simply having an “idea” is worthless. We document everything that relates to each of our product patents. From what it is, and how it works, to how it will be made and marketed.

Documentation is the most crucial step to patenting an idea and keeping it from being stolen. You’ve probably heard about the “poor man’s patent” — writing your idea down and mailing it to yourself in a sealed envelope so you have dated proof of your invention’s conception. This is unreliable and unlikely to hold up in court. As soon as possible, write your idea down in an inventor’s journal and have it signed by a witness. This journal will become your bible throughout the patent process.


  • IP Research
  • Utility Patents
  • Design Patents
  • Trademarks


We research ideas from a legal and business standpoint. We also research the potential market. More than 95 percent of all patents never make money. This makes preliminary research of the target market incredibly crucial. Is this something people will actually buy? Once we know there is a market, we make sure that each product can be manufactured and distributed at a low enough cost so that the retail price is reasonable.


A trademark must be distinctive instead of descriptive, affixed to the item sold, and registered with the appropriate authority to obtain legal ownership and protection rights.

The good patent gives the world something it did not truly have before, whereas the bad patent has the effect of trying to take away from the world something which it effectively already had.
Giles Sutherland Rich

A country without a patent office and good patent laws is just a crab and can’t travel any way but sideways and backwards.

Mark Twain

Once all of the kinks have been worked out of the design, it’s finally time to file a new patent.

If a product is really valuable, someone will infringe on it. If you do not have a strong patent written by an experienced professional, you will be pulling your hair out later when a competitor finds a loophole that allows them to copy your idea. We meticulously research and write all of our patents carefully to avoid potential legal problems in the future.