Free Contingent Fee Patent Infringement Case Evaluation
The Top 10 Items Needed to Evaluate Whether To Accept Your Potential Contingent Fee Patent Infringement Lawsuit
- The United States Patent Number(s) of the patent(s) that may be infringed.
- The Owner of the Patent(s), and all the supporting patent assignments.
- A list of each party that you believe to have infringed the patent(s).
- Data you have gathered to support your belief that the parties have infringed the patent(s).
- Data you have gathered regarding the quantity of infringing goods and products sold and the selling price.
- An explanation of any present or past relationship between the patent Owner, the Inventors identified on the patent, and the potentially infringing parties.
- Identification of all prior lawsuits involving the patent(s).
- Identification of all licenses granted to practice the patent; the patent licensing royalty rate; and information on all products manufactured under the license.
- All evidence supporting the novelty of the invention covered by the patent(s).
- Any additional comments you may want to make to express your commitment to patent infringement litigation, which can be a long and frustrating process.
Please Note: A contingent fee patent infringement attorney must be very selective in the cases that they choose. Therefore, you can improve the chances that we agree to represent you on a contingent fee basis by providing as much information as possible in a meticulously organized fashion. Thank you.
Submit a Case
a) First call David J. Dawsey, PE, Esq. at 614-228-6280 extension 18, and inform him of the names of the companies producing products that you believe to be infringing your patent(s). This allows our firm to run a Conflict of Interest check.
b) If no conflict is identified, then mail items 1-10 to:
Gallagher & Dawsey Co. LPA,
Attn: David J. Dawsey, PE, Esq.
533 South Fifth Street
Columbus, Ohio 43206