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Laurie A. Schlichter, PLLC - Houston, TX

12310 Normont Drive Houston, TX 77070

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Updated: 01/10/2023

Houston Patents Law Firm

Overview

Laurie Schlichter started her law firm, Laurie A. Schlichter, PLLC, because she is dedicated to helping inventors protect what they have created. She understands that each invention is the result of a substantial investment of time and talent. Laurie works with her clients to realize a return on this investment by obtaining patent protection for the products of their intellectual efforts. She has the legal knowledge and technical acumen to secure the patent rights you deserve...

Laurie Schlichter started her law firm, Laurie A. Schlichter, PLLC, because she is dedicated to helping inventors protect what they have created. She understands that each invention is the result of a substantial investment of time and talent. Laurie works with her clients to realize a return on this investment by obtaining patent protection for the products of their intellectual efforts. She has the legal knowledge and technical acumen to secure the patent rights you deserve.

Laurie welcomes the opportunity to speak with you about patent protection for your invention. You should not wait to contact her. A delay in filing your patent application could jeopardize the procurement of your patent rights. Contact Laurie A. Schlichter, PLLC to schedule a free initial consultation.

About Laurie A. Schlichter, PLLC

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  • Patents
  • Patent Application Preparation
  • Patent Acquisition

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12310 Normont Drive Houston, TX 77070

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Monday - Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM Central Time; Saturday and Sunday: Closed

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