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This is the personal webpage of Intellectual Property attorney Tom McClure. Tom has joined Trego, Hines, and Ladenheim, PLLC as of Counsel. Current clients and new clients can reach Tom at: email: tdm@thlip.comoffice 704-599-8911

Patent & Trademark Prosecution

McClure IP is an intellectual property law firm that specializes in patent and trademark prosecution. By maintaining a focus on intellectual property procurement, McClure IP strives to maximize the value of each client’s intellectual property. McClure IP works to provide consistent, regular communication and advice in the way that best suits each client without regard to their size or previous experience protecting their intellectual property.

If you have any questions about how the process of obtaining a patent or trademark begins, please feel free to contact McClure IP today. McClure IP gladly accepts both corporations and individuals as clients.

McClure IP strives to provide comprehensive service to corporate clients and individuals alike. Services provided range from the preparation and filing of patent applications and trademark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (the USPTO) to the preparation of opinions directed to patentability, infringement, invalidity, and other issues. McClure IP can file and prosecute patent and trademark applications in various countries around the world through foreign associates.

The firm also provides US filing and prosecution of applications for foreign clients and associates. These applications include trademarks and US provisional and non-provisional patent applications claiming priority to patent applications made in other countries or based on PCT applications. Other services include preparation of various agreements, such as license agreements and confidential disclosure agreements, and the preparation and recordal of assignments of intellectual property with the USPTO, in the United States, and in countries around the world.

McClure IP is prepared to provide assistance to clients in a variety of technical fields. Regardless of the technical field or type of intellectual property, the patent or trademark attorney’s job is to understand the subject matter in which the client has a property interest and to clearly articulate that subject matter. In this way, the property rights of the client can be clearly defined. It is a goal of McClure IP to provide exceptional communication with the client while guiding them toward the best possible result. The client’s goals are met through clear communication and instructions on the client’s behalf to the USPTO and foreign associates.

McClure IP is an intellectual property law firm located just north of Charlotte, North Carolina in the Lake Norman area. This location puts the firm within two hours of the major technology centers of the Carolinas including the Greenville-Spartanburg area in upstate South Carolina; Columbia, SC; Winston Salem, NC; and the Research Triangle Park located near Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, NC. Other North Carolina cities located near McClure IP include: Statesville, Hickory, Salisbury, Lexington, Kannapolis, Concord, Albemarle, Mint Hill, Matthews, Indian Trail, Weddington, Monroe, Gastonia, Kings Mountain, Bessemer city, Davidson, Conover Newton, North Wilkesboro, and Cornelius. Nearby South Carolina cities include Rock Hill, York, Lancaster, and Chester.

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