Patent Attorney in Knoxville, Tennessee
Knox Patents: Kulaga Law Office, PLLC, provides legal services to individuals and companies who desire to protect their intellectual property through patents, trademarks, and copyrights.
Thomas A. Kulaga is the principal patent attorney at Knox Patents. Tom had extensive experience as an engineer before becoming a patent attorney. Please read Tom Kulaga's Patent Attorney Profile to learn more about Tom.
Are you an inventor with an invention that you would like to protect? Knox Patents is available to help you. If your invention is an electrical device, a mechanical device, or involves software and/or computers, a patent lawyer at Knox Patents is available to help. If you need to have trademark or copyright applications prepared, prosecuted, or enforced, Knox Patents is available to help.
Please refer to our Practice Areas to read more about the intellectual property services Knox Patents provides. Whether you operate a business or are an independent inventor, Knox Patents is available to help.
Knox Patents has a patent lawyer available to serve the local East Tennessee area, including Knoxville, Oak Ridge, Chattanooga, Crossville, Cookeville, Maryville, Johnson City, Morristown, Kingsport, and Bristol, among other towns and communities. Knox Patents uses the latest technology to effectively communicate and operate with efficiency. Being centrally located in East Tennessee permits Knox Patents' patent lawyers to meet with inventors and business operators when needed. And, the technology used by Knox Patents permits fast and timely communications with those same inventors and business operators.
If you have any questions about our services or about obtaining a patent, copyright, or trademark in general, do not hesitate to contact a patent attorney in Knoxville, Tennessee. A patent lawyer at Knox Patents will be happy to answer your questions. Also, we would be happy to schedule a FREE initial consultation with a patent attorney to discuss protecting your invention or other intellectual property.