Your designs are valuable. Protect them.
Utility and design patents protect thinkers and inventors from others who would copy the design of a manufactured article. These patents specifically protect unique configurations, shapes, and overall appearances of manufactured pieces. That includes external ornamentation if it is inseparable from the manufactured item.
Anywhere in the world and in many fields, product designs are valuable and protectable. Our attorneys have experience obtaining design patent protection for both domestic and international clients in a wide variety of jurisdictions. Our knowledge and expertise facilitate the preparation and filing of design applications customized to address the particular requirements of and enforcement of design patent rights in your particular country.
With TraskBritt, you can design fearlessly.
Greg holds a Masters in Mechanical Engineering and specializes in various mechanical fields including compositeH. Dickson Burton
Dickson is the Managing Shareholder of the Firm. In his practice he is a trial lawyer who focuses on helpingJ. Jeffrey Gunn
Jeff’s practice focuses on patent and trademark prosecution, post-grant proceedings, and litigation support. HeJordan Lofdahl
Jordan’s practice focuses on patent preparation and prosecution, design patents and international patent protection.Debra L. Mitchell
Debra’s practice focuses on patent prosecution for clients involved in the fields of semiconductors, oil and gas,Jason P. Nixon
Jason’s practice focuses on patent preparation and prosecution, trademarks, copyrights, intellectual propertyKrista Weber Powell
Krista has served TraskBritt as an associate and a shareholder and is currently of counsel. Prior to joining the firm,Elizabeth H. Schierman
Elizabeth is a patent and trademark attorney with a passion for innovation and design. Her work spans the globe withDavid V. Trask
Mr. Trask, of counsel, has brought over forty years of experience in transactional and litigation matters, primarily inAllen C. Turner
Allen began his legal career at TraskBritt starting as a law clerk. He then spent three years in The Netherlands asJames C. Watson
After completing his legal training in at GWU in Washington, D.C., James returned to his home state to practice atKyle M. Woodhouse
Kyle received his J.D from Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School and graduated Magna Cum Laude. During