Experienced Patent Services to Protect Your Inventions

Cynthia Lamon is a knowledgeable Patent Agent with over 20 years experience working with intellectual property (IP) and patent attorneys on patent searching, drafting, and prosecution on a global scale. Cynthia is a registered Patent Agent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Her expertise spans multiple industries and market segments from telecommunications, power and energy, computer/software, and biotechnology and beyond, where she’s demonstrated her understanding of new AIA laws and 101 patentability determination procedures. With approximately 1,500 prosecution responses prepared to date, and assisted in approximately 800 issued patents, Cynthia is a proven patent expert and highly recommended among the patent community.

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Testimonials  

  • Cynthia brought the sobering reality of current patents law into focus in an unvarnished, candid and informative manner. Excellent review.
    Benny K.

    Benny K.

  • As a Principal Hardware Engineer for the #1 company in the world I work with outside IP counsel on a weekly basis. I’ve rarely been impressed with the ability that most patent attorneys that I’ve worked with display in being able to comprehend, breakdown and explain my inventions; let alone their poor responsiveness. Lamon is one of those “diamond in the rough” organizations that is not only ultra responsive and never allows information to fall through the cracks, but they dig deep to obtain a thorough understanding of your invention....
    Paul M.

    Paul M.

  • Never expected to get such a powerful-functionality theme for this little money!
    Estrella B.

    Estrella B.

    Keen Studios

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The Top 20 Greatest Inventions of All Time

The Top 20 Greatest Inventions of All Time

Cynthia Lamon  Comments (0)
Perfecting an invention requires weeks of searching, initial engineering, testing prototypes, testing markets and more, which takes resources and time most people do not have when navigating daily routines of high stress careers and family. 
No Better Time to Invent Than Now

No Better Time to Invent Than Now

Cynthia Lamon  Comments (0)
Perfecting an invention requires weeks of searching, initial engineering, testing prototypes, testing markets and more, which takes resources and time most people do not have when navigating daily routines of high stress careers and family.