Verna Law, P.C. is a premier, boutique law firm located in with a unique focus on Intellectual Property: Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, Advertising, and Media Law. Anthony M. Verna III, Managing Partner of Verna Law, P.C., has been admitted in New Jersey since 2004. Verna Law’s New Jersey office is conveniently located in Ridgewood, Bergen County.
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Patent law is the branch of intellectual property law that deals with new inventions. Traditional patents protect tangible scientific inventions, such as circuit boards, car engines, heating coils, or zippers. However, over time patents have been used to protect a broader variety of inventions such as coding algorithms, business practices, or genetically modified organisms. Patents show the solutions to problems.
The Verna Law New Jersey office is conveniently located close to the train station in Ridgewood, NJ, which is served by the NJT Main Line and the Bergen Line.
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Wil Jacques is a registered Patent Agent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Learn More
Anthony M. Verna III, Managing Partner of Verna Law, has worked on patent litigation from pharmaceuticals to computer engineering and has a Bachelor’s Degree from Case Western Reserve University in computer science. Anthony is admitted to all federal courts in the District of New Jersey. Learn More
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