Chicago Patent Attorneys Firm Leading Trademark Industry in the Windy City

When it comes to the filing and registering of patents and trademarks, choosing the best Chicago patent attorney is of paramount importance. Nyman IP is a technology-forward Chicago patent and trademark law firm bridging the gap between innovation and protection.

Chicago, United States - February 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

When it comes to the filing and registering of patents and trademarks, choosing the best Chicago patent attorney is of paramount importance.

Nyman IP is a technology-forward Chicago patent and trademark law firm bridging the gap between innovation and protection. Founded by an electrical and computer engineer, Nyman IP leverages today’s technological advances to practice with efficiency well beyond the outdated, traditional legal model.

Nyman IP’s modern approach enables high-quality legal representation with exceptional access to information at prices more reasonable than possible under the decades-old inefficiencies common with the legal industry today. In most cases, Nyman IP prices legal services using a competitive fixed-rate flat fee model, not an uncertain and open-ended collection of hours.

When asking to comment on their growing success, Founding Member Scott Nyman said, “Nyman IP’s resources scale to your business needs, essentially becoming your in-house counsel, on demand.”

Wherever possible and practical, Nyman IP eliminates undesirable the jargon that has long isolated the public from the legal world. Instead, Nyman IP uses an accessible, plain-language approach to enhance understanding between not only clients and their attorney, but also between intellectual property innovators and the examiners, judges, and juries tasked with governing and enforcing their IP rights. Clear and concise language produces highly accessible patent, trademark, and other IP assets, which promotes greater efficiency at virtually every step, from application to enforcement.

From the outset, Nyman IP works with innovators to establish preliminary opinions as to whether a proposed invention, brand, or another development is worth pursuit. Nyman IP provides these services via efficient search tools and professionals capable of parsing patent, trademark, copyright, domain, and other intellectual property databases using proprietary and user-directed search techniques. Nyman IP also assists clients with building an intellectual property portfolio of carefully drafted and professionally examined patent, trademark, and copyright applications. Nyman IP works with its clients to develop an intellectual property strategy, intelligently building a portfolio of assets protecting the ingenuity, branding, and artistic creativity of today’s leading minds. Nyman IP is truly setting themselves apart from other Chicago intellectual property lawyers.

More information on Nyman IP can be found at: nymanip.com

Contact Info:
Name: Scott Nyman
Organization: Nyman IP LLC - Patent and Trademark Attorney
Address: 20 N Upper Wacker Dr #1200, Chicago, IL 60606, United States
Phone: +1-312-487-2532

For more information, please visit http://nymanip.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300479

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