Design Patent Prosecution Services
What are Design Patent Prosecution Services?
For design and utility patents, the fourth step patent service is patent prosecution. Patent Prosecution Services are the patent services needed to either  represent a patent application through examination,  appeal an examination decision, or  conduct opposition, reissue, or reexamination proceedings. Patent Prosecution happens after a patent is pending and it occurs both before and after a patent is granted. Carson Patents provides all Design Patent Prosecution patent services online.
Patent Prosecution occurs after an invention is patent pending. It is representing the invention before the United States Patent and Trademark (USPTO). It is the conducting of communications with the USPTO regarding the examination of a patent application, or a patent.
For Design Applications, it is most frequently letters to address any rejections or objections made regarding an application. Contact us for prosecution help, or to start the steps to patent for your idea or invention.
Prosecution also includes:
- Filing US Design from Hague International Industrial Design Applications.
- Filing Hague from US Applications.
- Requests for Reconsideration & Appeals.
- Petitions for Accelerated Examination,
- Prioritized Examination.
- Carson Patents files the Petition to Make Special based on age (over 65) for free.
Responses to Office Actions.
Responding to an office action is submitting a responsive written reply back to the patent office. It must include a complete response to all issues raised in the office action. Office action issues frequently include both rejections and objections. Both must be responded to properly and completely. Carson Patents highly recommends patent practitioner help for responses to USPTO Office Actions. Contact us for help responding to an office action, or to start the steps to patent for your invention.
Services Available Online
- Design Patent Prior Art Searching.
- Design Patent Writing & Filing.
- Contact us to discuss the steps to patent for your invention or idea.