As a patent practitioner, Mrs. Miller, is given power of attorney by an inventor or by an assignee to act in a legal capacity before the USPTO to represent a client’s important patent matter. A registered patent practitioner is required at a federal level by the USPTO to maintain disclosures of their clients and this legal requirement is set forth in 37 C.F.R. § 11.106 and 37 C.F.R. § 11.118. When you first meet with Mrs. Miller during your Confidential Initial Consultation, you can be assured that the disclosure of your invention is kept confidential under Attorney-Client Privilege.
Step One – Complete Online Client Form:
Applicants requesting an Initial Consultation for a newly filed Patent Application for a New Invention, must complete the online Client Document in the link below:
Applicants requesting an Initial Consultation for an existing Patent Application such as Office Actions, Office Communications, or for a Second Opinion must complete the online Client Document in the link below:
Applicants requesting an Initial Consultation for a Patent Search must complete the online Client Document in the link below:
These client forms can be completed 100% online and instantly submitted to our office.
Step Two – Schedule an Initial Consultation:
After submitting your Invention Disclosure Form, a client coordinator will contact you with available times to speak with Mrs. Miller. Consultations are held via telephone or either in the Tampa Office location or our Pinellas Park Office location. For out-of-town and international clients, all correspondence will be held via telephone conference, email and/or fax. At this time, Mrs. Miller will privately discuss the patent process, the details of your invention, and your patent goals. She can make recommendations and discuss the patent procedure as it directly pertains to your patent matter in further detail. In addition, a firm price quote is provided.
The Initial Consultation fee is $150.00 and will be applied to your Patent Application costs should you decide to proceed with our firm. Once your client form is electronically submitted to our office, you will be prompted to prepay for your Initial Consultation fee. Payments may be made from the link below:
Step Three – Sign the Letter of Engagement:
Once you have consulted with Mrs. Miller and have decided which patent procedure is right for you, Applicants must submit the 50% deposit to begin prosecution and complete the online Client Document in the link below:
Once you have submitted the signed Letter of Engagement you will be prompted to make a payment of the 50% deposit. Card payments or PayPal payments may be made from the link below:
Monitoring Due Dates
Initial ConsultationMrs. Miller can help you convert your ideas to a “Patent Pending”.
Patent SearchMrs. Miller determines patentability of an invention by conducting a patent search.
Patent DrawingsOur Patent Drawing Engineers produce computer-aided design (CAD) drawings for utility, design, and plant patents.
Office ActionsTiffany C. Miller specializes in overcoming Office Action Responses to get your patent application Issued into a Patent.
Second OpinionIt is no mistake that when an Inventor looks for the best they often end up in our office. But when they don't, Mrs. Miller can assist in correcting informalities and defects made by other attorneys or by the inventor.
Assignment RecordationWhen the inventor has assigned the patent rights into their holding company or has sold the patent rights to a third party, we will then record the assignment document with the USPTO.
Monitoring Due DatesWe offer monitoring services for due dates and filing activity for patent applications and issued patents.
Patent SeminarsLearn the patent process start to finish hosted by Patent Practitioner, Tiffany C. Miller of Inventions International Inc.
Online PaymentsWe can easily process your card payments.