Our Clients

DASCENZO Intellectual Property Law, P.C., has extensive experience and expertise in handling a complex range of both U.S. and international patent and trademark matters.  We represent clients from individual inventors to multinational corporations and across a broad spectrum of industries.  We advise them on the full spectrum of intellectual property law, from initial evaluations of inventions and trademarks, to developing strategies for pursuing protection, to worldwide licensing, defense, and enforcement of their IP rights.

    Start-Up Business Support

    You have some initial funding.  Now it is time to establish your core brand and IP so you do not build equity in something to which you do not have the rights.  You also need assistance developing a reasonable IP strategy for growth while also keeping within the business’s budget.

    Services for Growing and Expanding Businesses

    You are ready to expand into new product categories and possibly new markets.  To do this, you will need a sound strategy for international brand and patent protection.  The laws vary by market and it can be very costly to establish and maintain rights internationally.  We can help you navigate this process to determine your available options and select the most cost-effective ones to help you meet your business goals.

    In-House IP Team Assistance

    You have IP counsel in-house and manage your IP portfolio internally, but you need to add outside services to manage fluctuating volume.  Or, perhaps, needs are developing that fall outside the expertise of your in-house team.

    Services for Foreign-Based Law Firms

    You need an IP ally in the U.S., not just a firm to follow instructions.  Instead, you need a firm that is well-versed in the differences between U.S. and international IP law, policies, and practical strategies to assist you to make the best U.S.-focused decisions for your clients.

    New Businesses/Individual Inventor Consulting

    You are ready to pursue protection for your invention, but this is your first foray into the patent process.  You have selected a trademark for your product but need assistance evaluating whether the mark is available for use and how to protect it.  You need a firm that starts by explaining the patent process in detail, including search options, avoidable pitfalls, and considerations for evaluating the potential scope of protection against the expense to pursue it.  Overall, you need a team that is willing to spend the time to help you understand how the four core areas of IP (patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secrets) may apply to your new venture, the pros, cons, and expenses of pursuing protection, and working with you to develop an effective IP business plan.