If you’ve reached this article, you’re very likely mindful about those dubious online trademark services. They’re low cost, and they tend to have bad reviews on online communities like BBB and Yelp. Well, I’m not surprised. I’ve recently had a client who was charged for two international classes ($500 in USPTO fees), but for only… Continue reading How IPfever works: the Real Cost of Getting a Trademark
Young Jeon, JD has a BS in biotechnology, passed Fundamentals of Engineering exam, and registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office as a patent attorney. At IPfever, he’s helped many inventors and innovative businesses to obtain patents and trademarks and drafted applications in a broad technological spectrum, including mechanical and computer science. With… Continue reading Licensed Attorney Volunteer
*For those of you who are not familiar with Avvo, it’s a website where lawyers give out free answers and, in return, get ranked higher in its proprietary lawyer directory. Isn’t a lawyer just like a mechanic? Observation: You walk into their places, and you aren’t quite sure what’s going on. And you pretty much pay what’s on… Continue reading We should ditch Avvo.
IPfever is not a legal service provider, but it’s in a business of helping small and midsize businesses to tackle their legal issues. Some of the help must come from licensed professionals like you. It currently provides access to federal trademark and patent related legal services, but an expansion to other areas of law is desirable. First of all, you must be… Continue reading Are you an attorney interested in working with IPfever?
Availability retainer is not an advance payment. Typically, attorneys ask for a retainer, so they won’t end up with nothing in their pocket. It goes like this. You hire an attorney to represent in a civil action. You pay $1,000 as a part of the retainer agreement between you and your attorney. The attorney will do works… Continue reading What is Availability Retainer?
He earned his J.D. in 2012 from Chicago-Kent College of Law with a certificate of concentration program in Intellectual Property Law. After admitted to the Illinois bar the same year, he practiced trademark law and in 2016, he became a patent attorney. From ’13 he led a legal team at a South Korean electronics company… Continue reading Young Jeon, JD