Overseas Patent Protection
Depending on the type of product and the scope of the market you’re envisioning, you may require patent protection in non-U.S. markets.
Unfortunately, a U.S. patent only protects you in the United States and the territories it has jurisdiction over. That may not be sufficient to protect your intellectual property.
If you have further questions about an overseas patent then contact us at 844-728-3680 or book your appointment to receive your free 30 minute consultation and one of our attorneys will gladly help you.
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