In this day and age, it is incredible the speed at which technology advances, the life cycle of products, particularly in the areas of electronics and computer science, becoming ever increasingly shorter.
New computer and laptop models, mobile phone models, and computer apps are introduced to the public on almost a daily basis by a wide array of manufactures.
Semiconductor chips are continuously upgraded so as to store and process more data, while using less energy.
It takes skilled technical attorneys who can quickly learn new technologies, standards, patent pools, and licensing strategies.
Stein IP has the attorneys that work with its clients to not only grasp the technologies being developed, but also work with its clients to understand the business cycles in this ever more rapidly changing fields, to assess how to handle the patent prosecution, whether to expedite prosecution, assess whether patent protection is the best way to proceed in the first place, and work with its client from both technological, industry and business standpoints, to achieve its clients objectives.