The safeguarding of intellectual property is crucial to the success of any technology oriented business, whether requiring the filing and registering of patents, defending them if necessary, or the sale of valuable IP assets at the appropriate time. Ehrlich & Fenster (E&F) is uniquely equipped to meet the needs of clients from a wide range of industries, given the diverse experience and technical knowledge of our team.
We offer tailored representation through eight industry specific departments: the Biotech Department, Chemistry and Pharma Department, High-Tech Department, Medical Devices Department, Physics Department, the Software and Info Systems Department, the Electronics Department and the Mechanics Department. Within these departments Ehrlich & Fenster (E&F) boasts many holders of M.Sc. and P.hD degrees in the biotech, chemistry, high-tech, medical device, physics, electronics, engineering and software sectors, who can provide the most updated commercial advice for inventions and patents in all areas of science and technology.
Every year Ehrlich & Fenster (E&F) files thousands of patent applications all over the world, including through our patent attorneys that are authorized to represent clients before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”), the Israel Patent Office, the UK Patent Office and the European Patent Office, and we also represent foreign associates located in Europe and the Far East before the USPTO. The firm’s foreign licensed patent attorneys, its familiarity with local legislation and its close relationships with IP firms in each country leave our clients feeling safe and secure in their choice of representation.
Additionally, the close collaboration with the law firm Ehrlich, Neubauer & Melzer (EN&M) and IPTrade, which focuses on the monetization of IP on the international stage, expands the wealth of experience and the variety of relationships offered to our clients, allowing us to safely protect and develop your business and to turn your ideas into value, all with an eye towards commercialization.
Those seeking our counsel for patent-related issues include diverse domestic and international clients from a variety of industries, small and medium-sized businesses, large corporations, and privately held and public organizations.