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“Nothing is stronger than an idea whose time has come.” - Victor Hugo

Patent Applications, Licensing And Prosecution

Inventors are vital to the continuing development of civilization. Patents are one way that our society rewards individuals who create new innovations. Patent law, however, is difficult to navigate. If you want to patent a new invention, a knowledgeable, trustworthy lawyer can guide you through the patent process.

My name is Thomas D. Webster, founding attorney at the Indiana law firm of TDW Patents & Consulting, LLC. For more than 19 years, I have helped inventors navigate the legal system so they are able to benefit from the protections offered by patent law. With my combined technical and legal knowledge, I have the skill and experience needed to guide clients through the complex process.

Helping Inventors Protect Their Intellectual Property

I have extensive experience working closely with clients who wish to avail themselves to the protections offered by the patent system, including technology patents and mechanical patents. My comprehensive solutions include:

  • Providing novelty, freedom to operate, infringement, and validity opinions
  • Drafting and prosecuting patent applications
  • Licensing and agreements

I take the time to carefully listen to you and learn exactly the nature of your invention, how it works and your goals for the invention. Patents are more difficult to obtain today than in the past due to evolving laws. I work hard to convey your invention to the patent examiner in a way that places you in the best possible position for success.

TDW Patents & Consulting, LLC | Contact For A Free Initial Consultation

For more information on how I can help you with patent applications, licensing and prosecution, I invite you to call my Greenwood office at 317-886-9092 to schedule a free initial consultation. Alternatively, you can reach me online.

317-886-9092

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