Specializing In Patent Law & Related Intellectual Property Matters
Understand your technologies and your business goals in order to craft a sophisticated strategy for the protection of your intectual property assets. My purpose is to create value for your business. By being virtual, I can be cost efficient. By being solo, I can focus on the client.
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Business in the 21st centry is conducted in the virtual world. As a virtual law firm, Cardle Patent Law is dedicated to working with businesses in this virtual environment. Cardle Patent Law strives to meet the needs of entrepreneurs as well as emerging and mid-sized corporations.
JAMES A. CARDLE, PH.D.
Dr. Cardle counsels corporations and individual entrepreneurs in the protection of their intellectual property with a focus on preparation and prosecution of patents in the USPTO. Prior to private practice of patent law, Dr. Cardle has been in-house university intellectual property counsel, a tenured engineering faculty member, and a consulting engineer. His research has been sponsored by national laboratories, and research publications include mathematical algorithms for simulation of fluid flows. James Cardle has earned degrees at the College of the Holy Cross (Worcester, MA), the University of Minnesota (Ph.D. Dept. of Civil Engineering), and the University of Notre Dame Law School (J.D.).
US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO)
Federal District Court for the District of Minnesota
Registered Engineer (California)
CARDLE PATENT LAW
Because patents are governed by U.S. Federal Law, Cardle Patent Law serves clients throughout the U.S. through attorney licensure with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
Working virtually with clients nationally and worldwide is typical for Cardle Patent Law. An in person consultation may be arranged, if desired.
Cardle Patent Law
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Sanibel, FL 33957
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