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Patents


The patent was developed to protect an inventor’s interest in his/her intellectual property.

Trademarks


A symbol, word or words that are legally registered or established by use as representing a company or product.

Copyrights


The exclusive legal right given by the government to the originator of a film, literary record, artistic or musical material.


Your idea is safe with me.

When you’re ready to grow your concept into something bigger, you need an attorney who will help build your business every step of the way, who will be there to answer your questions. You need an attorney who understands the business of invention. More than just getting you a patent, trademark or copyright, Lesley Wallerstein is your startup’s idea counsel.

Educated at MIT and trained at the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, I have the technical and legal skills to get the job done right.

Flat fees for many services mean no hidden costs and no counting minutes on the clock when you need advice.

Free referrals to trusted business support professionals in marketing, finance, manufacturing and promotion.

If you want a patent or trademark attorney who does more, call Lesley for an appointment today.


Latest News

U.S. Patent & Trademark Office Continues to Operate During Government Shutdown

For my clients wondering about the federal government shutdown: The Patent & Trademark Office continues to operate. Their website reported this late Saturday ,January 20: While activities across much of the federal government ceased at 12:01 a.m. January 20, 2018,[...]

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Celebrating our 6th Anniversary!

The law office celebrated its 6th anniversary this summer. We continue to grow, strengthen and diversify. We opened a second, satellite, office in the celebrated Merchandise Mart, in downtown Chicago. Six patents issued. These represented inventions in the fields of[...]

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Immoral and Scandalous Trademark Clause gets “FUCT” by First Amendment

This is not your grandmother’s trademark. At least for now, you may be able to trademark “immoral and scandalous” words as “FUCT.” The Federal Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that trademarks are a form of personal expression, even if used[...]

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