Lightlike Patent, LLC. is an intellectual property law firm that provides a full range of intellectual property legal services with an emphasis on the preparation and prosecution of U.S. and international patents. Lightlike Patent was established upon the foundational premise that our clients’ inventions are best protected when the complete technology of an invention is fully understood before drafting begins, and all of the inventors’ concepts have been thoroughly captured and integrated into one or more patent applications. We provide representation across a vast array of technologies, and provide specialization as may be required for patent applications with highly technical content.
We also provide legal services in acquiring, registering, and defending trademarks and copyrights, and in advising and counseling our clients regarding these and related legal disciplines. Our firm adheres to the philosophy that our clients are our lifeblood and are entitled to the highest level of representation and consideration that we can provide.
Michael C. Cesarano is an established South Florida attorney with over 35 years of legal expertise. He has been Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Intellectual Property, Civil Trial and Business Litigation, and is rated by Martindale Hubbell as being Exceptionally Qualified.
Patrick C. Cesarano is a registered patent agent and the recipient of a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology. Mr. Cesarano served as the Chief Technology Officer to Kenealy Vaidya Intellectual Property in Washington, D.C. from 2014-2017, and lobbied successfully on behalf of a client to the U.S. Congress for funding of an active shooter alert technology.
Specializing in Intellectual Property Law
Thu, 14 Feb 2019 11:00:00 GMT
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Mon, 11 Feb 2019 17:45:00 GMT
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Thu, 07 Feb 2019 09:15:00 GMT
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