Will a Patent Attorney Steal My Invention? Chicago Patent Attorney Richard Beem Explains





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Published on May 23, 2011


Chicago patent attorney Rich Beem says that inventors are appropriately concerned about the confidentiality of their inventions and they wonder if a patent attorney will steal their invention.

In 20 years of practice, Mr. Beem says that he has never known of a patent attorney stealing a client's invention. While an inventor should be secretive about their work, you can be assured that a patent attorney is bound by the rules of confidentiality that are a part of the Rules of Ethics that exist in the State Bar and the Patent Office. Watch the video now to learn more.

For more information about patent law and my firm, visit our educational website at http://www.beemlaw.com, which includes a collection of rare Presidential patents. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at (312) 201-0011. I welcome your call.

Beem Patent Law Firm
53 W. Jackson Boulevard, Suite 1352
Chicago, IL 60604-3787
(312) 201-0011


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