Quick Patents was founded by Kevin Prince, an inventor and a Registered Patent Agent, to help the independent inventor and small business person protect their inventions.
Kevin is an engineer (UC Berkeley, 1988), author of The Art of the Patent, inventor, and co-founder of Inventor's Forum in 1990, a non-profit inventors assistance group in Orange County, CA. The holder of three patents himself (CD Snaps, Data Glove and Sleeve Saver), Kevin has had multiple successes in business, most notably selling his portable computer accessories business to a public company in 2000. He is also the past president of Grid Art, which manufactured a unique line of art supplies that can "turn anyone into an artist." GridArt products have been featured on QVC, and have been sold in at Michael's, Hobby Lobby, and various catalogs.
Kevin enlists the help of multiple former patent examiners (both utility and design), draftsmen, engineers, researchers and administrative assistants, as needed, to get your patent application properly drafted, filed, argued and approved.
Kevin answers many common questions about patents during his initial interview with Brian Fried of "Got Invention" radio, as well as in his follow-up interview about design patents.