Eustace P. Isidore

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Eustace Isidore is an Intellectual Property (IP) attorney who specializes in
patent and trademark preparation and prosecution services. He is the Owner and
Manager of The Isidore Law Group, a small IP boutique firm. As a patent
attorney, Mr. Isidore assists his clients with the drafting, filing, and prosecution
of patent applications both with the United States Patent and Trademark Office
(USPTO) and internationally. His patent practice also includes patent disclosure
mining, patent appeals, pre-litigation support, and strategic commercialization
through licensing agreements. During his 24 years of patent preparation and
prosecution experience, Mr. Isidore has written and/or co-written well over 1500
patent applications and has prosecuted an even larger number of patent
applications. He serves a diverse client base, ranging from Fortune 100
companies to small businesses, startups, and individual inventors, in a wide
range of technology fields. With a reputation for producing comprehensive,
quality patent applications and a 99+% success rate in patent issuances, the firm
has recently been recognized among its peers as a top 50 (top 1%) patent
prosecution firm in the US.
Mr. Isidore’s practice also includes trademark prosecution and Sports Law. In
his trademark practice, Mr. Isidore also works with an interesting collective of
clients, including the Reggae Girlz, the Jamaican National Women’s Soccer
Team, which recently participated in the FIFA Women’s World Cup. A former
collegiate track and field athlete, Mr. Isidore closely follows the international
track and field circuit. He is an active participant in youth soccer, currently
serving as a club team manager. He has received certifications in Soccer
Management and Scouting and as a Soccer Analyst from Sports Management
Worldwide, and is currently enrolled in the Soccer Agents’ certification course.
Mr. Isidore has a Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston Law Center and
a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Houston.

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