Why LLCs Empower Entrepreneurs to Take Risks and Unveil Game-Changing Inventions
The winds of change are blowing. Inventors and entrepreneurs have long-faced the perils of the unknown when bringing their ground breaking ideas to fruition. But the tried and true LLC structure offers a pathway forward—one lined with flexibility and protection.
A License to Make Money

License agreements can be a win-win proposition for both you and your potential licensee.  Learn more about how you can make money licensing your invention.

Bring on the Skeptics

Bring on the skeptics! Tips for how to use skepticism to your advantage.

How Your Daily Routine Could Land You a Patent

Sometimes, the way to discover a great idea is to practice a little mindfulness. Here's a tip for how to uncover new ideas that can become patents. 

Avoid These Prototype Pitfalls

Taking your patent to the prototype stage can be challenging, avoid these prototype pitfalls.

Innovation is Child’s Play

Take your cue from your inner child and see what innovations you can come up with.

Is it Worth it to File for Both U.S. and International Patents?

Today’s global economy might make you believe you need both US and international patents, but it’s important to understand a few key considerations before you make that decision.

What You Need to Know About Prior Art Searches

Think you have a great idea? A prior art search is one of the first steps towards figuring out if there is a patent in your future. Here’s what you need to know about getting started with a prior art search.

Patent, Trademark and Copyright Basics

What is the difference between a patent, a trademark, and a copyright? When you have a new innovation or product idea it’s important to understand how best to protect your work. Patents, trademarks, and copyrights have very different purposes; their uses are often misunderstood.

Can Your Daily Routine Land You a Patent?

Sometimes the way to discover a great idea is to practice a little mindfulness. Here is a technique our design team uses to uncover new ideas that can become patents.