1. Significantly Cheaper Rates With Higher Quality and Attention
Typical patent drafting, management, and consulting services in conventional law firms incur
$250~$400 / hour or even more. One patent drafting and filing typically cost a client $9,000~$12,000. With a low-overhead
cost structure, we charge significantly cheaper hourly rates or a low flat rate.
We also draft patent applications by only using licensed patent professionals who have passed the US Patent
Bar. We do not "farm out" patent drafting work to unlicensed individuals. Equally important,
we only take a limited number of cases at any given time for maximum and tailored attention to each client. Our numerous stellar
client references - including Ph.D's and industry veterans - serve as a living proof that we are exceptionally good
at what we do.
2. Seasoned and Unique Experience in Intellectual Property Management
Invent Capture is founded by Samuel Cho, an experienced IP professional who has more than 15 years
of experience in both corporate and law firm environments, specifically for intellectual property management. Samuel's
experience ranges from patent prosecution, licensing support, patent valuation consulting, and patent infringement detection.
He has worked in IP management departments of Fortune 500 blue chip firms, startup and patent analysis consulting firms, and
patent law firms. Samuel is a highly-regarded professional in intellectual property management. Samuel
has previously received the highest Relative Performance Assessment rating (RPA) from Motorola's Intellectual Property Licensing
Department, which placed him in top 10 % of all employees at Motorola Inc. He is also a licensed US patent
agent with the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
3. Proficiency in Korean and General In-Depth Knowledge of East Asian Economy
Invent Capture's CEO & Founder, Samuel Cho, is proficient in English and Korean not only in general speaking
and writing, but also in technical and patent-related terminologies for both languages. With his work experience in
intellectual property departments of US and South Korean companies, he has a profound understanding of American and East
Asian intellectual property management practice. These experiences enable clients to tailor their global patent strategies
differently in the United States and East Asian countries. He is also able to work with Korean clients in Korean
for English-based patent filings, patent infringement detection, IP monetization, and licensing negotiations.
Samuel Cho is a graduate of Stanford University with a BS in Computer Systems Engineering and a BA in History with
High Honors. He is a United States citizen who is also an AT&T Asia-Pacific Leadership Scholar and
a Weter Prize winner from Stanford University.
has excellent client referrals available, and many clients like our firm's services so much that they do not take much
time to become repeat clients.
Contact us at 408-730-6874 or firstname.lastname@example.org