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Dale J. Ream, Registered Patent Attorney

For inventors who are willing to put a little "sweat equity" into development and commercialization, sound legal advice and professional contacts are extremely valuable. An inventor can make his or her own success with the right balance of legal protection, nonlegal guidance, and old-fashioned hard work.

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Dale J. Ream is SO much more than just a patent lawyer. He is a product developer and an inventor mentor for independent thinkers and entrepreneurs across the country — and has been for nearly 15 years.

The nationwide law office for establishing, producing and promoting patents and intellectual property is Ream Law Firm, L.L.C., founded by registered patent attorney Dale J. Ream.

Mr. Ream has spent his entire professional career working with and for innovators. As a registered patent attorney, he has prosecuted hundreds of patent applications of all types to issuance. He has been very successful at making winning arguments to patent examiners that result in patent issuance.

Do you have questions about patents, trademarks, copyrights or any phase of the intellectual property legal process? To review patents authored by Mr. Ream and find out more about how Ream Law Firm, L.L.C., can help you meet your goals — and to arrange your free initial consultation with nationwide intellectual property attorney Dale Ream from wherever you are in the U.S. — contact us at 785-214-4137 or by e-mail.

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Ream Law Firm, L.L.C.
210 West Tecumseh Street
Ottawa, KS 66067
Phone: 785-214-4137
Fax: 785-242-3308
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