Patent Attorney Authors Chapter in IP Legal Strategies Book

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August 14, 2007

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. – Briggs and Morgan, Professional Association, announces the release of Aspatore Books’ The Best Practices of Leading IP Lawyers:  An Insider Look at Successful Case Strategies, Understanding Client Goals, and Interpreting IP Laws and Trends, which includes “Steering Clients Toward Successful Patents,” authored by Briggs and Morgan patent attorney Gerald E. Helget.

Helget’s chapter discusses the entire patent process from filing applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office  (USPTO) to building an intellectual property portfolio, patent laws, infringement and enforcement.

“The most important thing for a client to do is to first see a patent attorney, before developing any concept beyond a prototype,” Helget writes. “I am successful when my clients receive broad patent and trademark rights.”

Helget is a licensed patent attorney through the USPTO and has been building an intellectual property practice since 1983, based on a very strong technical background in a wide range of industries. He has successfully enforced the legalities of each aspect of the patent process. In his personal life, being an avid fisherman and hunter, Helget is in the final stages of developing his own invention relevant to big game hunting. He received his law degree from William Mitchell College of Law.

Aspatore Books is the largest publisher of C-level executives (CEO, CFO, CTO, CMO, partner) from the world’s most respected companies and law firms. Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, Aspatore publishes individual business and legal books, as well as titles in several series.