Paul Lunsford is known for solving patent problems quickly and efficiently. From initial analysis, to application drafting, to working with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Paul takes a practical, efficient approach that focuses on the core value of the invention. As a result, he is able to move patent applications towards issuance when others cannot.
Applying Brinks, Gilson & Lione’s forward-thinking philosophy, Paul drafts high-quality patents that anticipate changes in client industries. He skillfully balances the need for deep, overlapping patent protection with the realities of markets, deadlines and budgets. Paul keeps a close watch on client patents, and is proactive in proposing divisionals and continuations to strengthen protection when needed.
Paul has helped protect inventions involving medical devices, aerospace, unmanned aerial vehicles, turbine engines, lighting systems, refrigeration and heating systems, desalinization, and ceramic composites. In addition to his patent work, he has assisted clients in protecting trademarks in the United States, Europe and Asia.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Paul Lunsford