Maiorana, P.C.

Registered Patent Attorneys

Patent Attorney Cupertino

Christopher P. Maiorana, P.C. has provided superb patent legal services to its clients since 1998. Our work focuses on software and semiconductor patent applications, very often for Silicon Valley based companies. To provide even greater responsiveness to our Bay Area clients the firm has recently added a San Jose office. Cupertino was the home of perhaps the greatest entrepreneur of the second half of the 20th century, Steve Jobs. We look forward to working with the entrepreneurs who share Steve’s passion for innovation and excellence. According to Crunchbase there are more than three hundred companies in Cupertino, including Apple, Seagate, Trend Micro, Chordiant, Bromium, Mist Systems, Numerify, Workspot, Moxtra, Minerva Surgical, Sedona Systems, CloudByte, Affymax, ScaleMP, Bring Light, CKS Group, Four-Phase Systems, NLayers, Ongo, Packateer, TuVox and many others. We are prepared to represent you with dedication and integrity as your Cupertino Patent Attorney. With our new Silicon Valley office we can now provide our Silicon Valley clients greater access to in-person meetings within one working day notice when such urgency is warranted.

By acquiring more than 1,700 issued US patents for our clients we have demonstrated our dedication to fight to protect the rights our clients deserve for their remarkable inventions. Our patent licensing and corporate counsel experience enables us to obtain rights to exclude others from practicing inventions that are critical to our clients and the prosperity of their businesses. We encourage you to take time to understand your competitive landscape, so that you can claim alternate embodiments that cover anticipated design around efforts by such competitors. For your most important matters, our patent attorneys can focus efforts so that your exclusive rights are much more likely to withstand the rigorous challenges of litigation and licensing.

Our Silicon Valley clients will now be able to expeditiously conduct in-person meetings with our attorneys related to: invention disclosure evaluations, brainstorming, patent application preparation (both provisional and non-provisional), foreign filing determinations, licensing opportunities and strategies, opinion letters (invalidity and non-infringement), patent prosecution, patent litigation support and many other intellectual property issues related to patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, joint development, mergers and acquisitions due diligence; and contractual matters - including indemnification obligations, licensing rights, and confidentiality obligations.

Please explore our website to learn how our firm can provide you with services to robustly protect your precious intangible assets. By evaluating the skills and experiences described on our site for each of our attorneys, you will better understand how our firm is prepared to represent you to meet the challenges you face and create new opportunities for your success. We look forward to understanding and effectively responding to your tactical and strategic objectives as they evolve with dynamic developments related to your key technological and financial drivers.

We look forward to diligently working to understand and effectively respond to your tactical and strategic objectives as they evolve with dynamic shifts and developments of your key technological and financial drivers. Please call us (CA - 408-890-6549) at your earliest convenience so we can explore the intellectual property protection efforts you consider most important for the continued and increasing success of your company.
  • Henry Groth
  • May 2017

[1]  A provisional patent application (or a provisional filing) is sometimes shortened to be called a "provisional". A non-provisional patent application (or a non-provisional filing) is sometimes shortened to be called a "non-provisional".
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