Our Core Values
every client is unique
At Garrity Traina, we know that each client is different. That is why we provide custom-tailored solutions driven by our clients’ goals and individual circumstances, with an eye for cost-effective, creative solutions. We first work with business owners to protect their business proactively from its inception, putting in place the appropriate contractual documentation and intellectual property protection (patents, trademarks, copyrights) for our clients.
We remain with our clients as they grow and expand, dealing with everyday business issues. We are also there for them if they need to enforce those initial agreements or their intellectual property rights. Whether it be the preparation or review of franchise documents, licensing agreements, non-competes and the like, or the enforcement or defense of franchise, shareholder, business partner, patent, copyright or trademark rights, we have the specialized knowledge to assist. Our firm recognizes the important interplay between business growth and brand protection, and our practice is geared around that distinct relationship. Whether your business is just starting or your established company is faced with unexpected legal challenges, we are here to protect you.
Know Who is Working for You
An invention, by its nature, is something that nobody else has made before. Therefore, when it comes to your invention, you are the expert. And when it comes to protecting that invention, communication with your patent attorney is paramount. That is why you deserve the right to work closely with the patent professional who will help you protect it.
Unfortunately, clients of many other firms never have the opportunity to meet face to face with the person who ultimately prepares their application. They may not even be aware of that fact. Instead, the person preparing their applications may not be a member of the firm, or may not even be licensed by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
At Garrity Traina, we believe our clients deserve better. Our inventors have the opportunity to work directly with their patent attorney throughout the entire process. Your invention is important, and its protection should not be left to a game of telephone.