Since 1998, William Lang has protected the innovations and commercial identities of clients through patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. He has prepared and prosecuted hundreds of patent applications in numerous electrical and mechanical technologies, including computer hardware and software, medical devices, manufacturing processes, nondestructive inspection devices, power generation equipment, and heavy machinery. He has also represented clients in disputes involving intellectual property rights.
William Lang is committed to utilizing his years of large firm experience to provide the best possible service to his clients. He is committed to provide meaningful patentability assessments and client counseling that is directed towards the client’s best interests and wise allocation of resources. He is further committed to providing the highest quality of advocacy, in a timely manner, and at reasonable cost. He is readily available to his clients when needed, and is easily reachable by telephone and Email.
Your intellectual property is critical to your competitive advantage and reputation. Let Lang Patent Law help you protect your inventions and ideas.
WITH THE PASSAGE OF THE AMERICA INVENTS ACT, IT IS NOW MORE CRITICAL THAN EVER TO FILE PATENT APPLICATIONS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
The America Invents Act makes several changes to US patent law. Most significantly, the law changes who is entitled to a patent. Under the previous law, the first inventor to invent is entitled to the patent. Under the new law, with limited exceptions, the first inventor to file a patent application is entitled to the patent, regardless of who is first to invent.
Once this change takes effect, it will be absolutely critical to file patent applications as soon as possible.
The law contains numerous other provisions. Please do not hesitate to contact me to discuss this law and how it impacts your ability to protect your innovations.
William F. Lang IV - Lang Patent Law LLC
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Beaver, Pennsylvania 15009
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