Neustel Law Offices
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FEE SCHEDULE FOR NEUSTEL LAW OFFICES, LTD

I. Patent Service Fees.

U.S. Patentability Search & Opinion*
- U.S. Patentability Search & Opinion - Low-Medium Complexity (Typically 5-10 Business Days)*
A U.S. patentability search that searches U.S. patents and U.S. published patent applications for low to medium complexity inventions.
$1,200
- U.S. Patentability Search & Opinion - E-Commerce/Software/Complex Inventions (Typically 5-10 Business Days)*
A U.S. patentability search that searches U.S. patents and U.S. published patent applications for e-commerce, software and complex inventions.
$2,000
   
U.S. Patent Application
We typically provide a flat-fee quote for preparing and filing a U.S. patent application.  However, some projects may be performed on an hourly basis instead of a flat-fee.  Flat-Fee or Hourly

II.  Trademark Service Fees.

U.S. Federal Registrability Search & Opinion
- Word Mark Search $1,250
- Design Mark Search Flat-Fee or Hourly
    
U.S. Trademark Application
- U.S. Trademark Application $1,000

III.  Copyright Service Fees.

- U.S. Copyright Application $500


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Most Major Credit Cards Accepted
 

All patentability opinions are prepared by a registered U.S. Patent Attorney.  The U.S. patentability searches are performed by an independent patent searcher.  The patent search is of U.S. patents and U.S. published patent applications only.  There are no guarantees that a patent search will identify every potentially relevant patent document.

Note: The fees above are subject to change without notice and do not include USPTO government filing fees, subsequent prosecution fees, issue fees, maintenance fees, office service fees or enforcement fees. Retainers are typically required before performing services or making payments to the USPTO. See www.neustel.com/feeschedule.pdf for our current detailed fee schedule. We charge interest at 7.0% per annum for accounts past due for more than 30 days.  We typically report all correspondence via e-mail, unless postal, fax or courier are expressly requested in writing (additional fees may apply).  Neustel Law Offices, LTD does not accept liability for failure to implement instructions received within 5 business days of a deadline.  We recommend sending all instructions via e-mail or fax not less than one (1) month prior to any deadline, and obtaining from our law firm a prompt confirmation that we received the instructions.

Michael Neustel is the founder of the National Inventor Fraud Center, Inc.