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Patent Licensing and Patent Enforcement: U.S. Patents

If you believe that your U.S. Patent has been infringed, General Patent Corporation may be able to help you enforce your U.S. Patent – regardless of where you are located – and do so at no cost to you!

General Patent Corporation (GPC) is the leading U.S. Patent licensing and enforcement firm. Inventors, business managers, engineers and scientists in China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, India, and throughout Asia turn to General Patent when their U.S. Patents have been infringed. GPC works on a 100% contingency basis. General Patent finances and manages a comprehensive patent enforcement campaign on behalf of the patent owner. The patent owner pays nothing! General Patent engages a law firm to try the lawsuit and General Patent covers all litigation expenses. And only General Patent Corporation offers our unique GPC Suite of Services.

GPC receives a success fee that is paid from the revenue General Patent secures for its client, the patent owner. GPC and the patent owner share in the proceeds of the patent enforcement effort and patent litigation per an agreed-to formula. Should General Patent fail to secure revenue for the patent owner, the patent owner owes nothing, and GPC writes off its investment in the patent enforcement campaign.

In the U.S., patent infringement is not a crime, but a civil matter. The patent owner whose U.S. Patent has been infringed has only one option: Sue the alleged infringer for patent infringement. However, trying a patent infringement lawsuit in the U.S. is very expensive, running from several hundred thousand to several million U.S. Dollars! That’s why U.S. Patent owners throughout the world turn to General Patent Corporation to finance and manage their U.S. patent infringement litigation.

If you believe your U.S. Patent has been infringed, complete an Enforcement Analysis Request. There is no charge and it is completely confidential.

If you have a U.S. Patent or Patents that you want to sell, contact our patent broker business unit.