Submit Your Invention Idea
Free Evaluation of Patentable Subject Matter by Registered Patent Attorney
There are 2 different ways to submit your invention to our firm for a confidential attorney-client privileged review by a Registered Patent Attorney:
How to Submit Your Idea For Evaluation
Download our editable Confidential Disclosure and Record of Invention Form and complete it, and then either:
- Email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax it to 1-866-593-5920, OR
- Mail it to Gold & Rizvi, P.A.
11575 Heron Bay Blvd, Suite 106
Coral Springs, Florida 33076
NOTE: If you are concerned about confidentiality about an online submission, consider this:
As Registered Patent Attorneys, our firm is licensed to practice before the United States Patent & Trademark Office and is legally bound by Title 37 of the Code of Federal Regulations (Section 10.57) to maintain the strictest confidentiality with respect to invention submissions. We adhere to the strictest secrecy and confidentiality requirements and will not divulge this disclosure to any third parties or use the information disclosed in any way, whatsoever, without your express written permission.
Now, whether you e-mail, fax, or send by mail to tell us about your idea or invention, here are a few thoughts to keep in mind as you detail it for us.
If the idea or invention is a device, apparatus, assembly, etc.:
- Describe the purpose and or function of the idea or invention
- Describe the structural elements and or components
- If possible, describe step-by-step how the invention is constructed and or assembled
- Describe any interaction or cooperation of components during use
- Describe the environment in which the invention is intended for use
If the idea or invention is a method or process:
- Describe the purpose or function of the idea or invention
- Describe in detail the minimum number of steps required to carry out the method of the idea or invention.
- Describe additional or alternative steps that may be included
- For quantifiable variables such as time, temperature, composition, etc., provide maximum and minimum values or value ranges, as well as preferred values or value ranges
- Describe possible variations in the order of the method steps