Leyendecker and Lemire, LLC
Leyendecker & Lemire has a new third generation website. It is the best site yet and makes this first generation patent law only site (circa 2003) look skimpy in comparision. SO, while the information on this site, Leyendeckerlawoffices.com, may be generally useful, although in some cases a bit dated, it can't compare to our shiny new site showcasing our growing firm's expanded services. For more
information about us and our expanded portfolio of legal services,
please click the link below and
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Kurt P. Leyendecker,
Esq., Registered Patent
Attorney (circa 2001)
I am a
patent attorney practicing in the Denver, Colorado metro
area who specializes in the procurement of United States patents for
individual inventors and small entrepreneurial companies.
I apply my years of experience as an attorney with
prestigious national intellectual property law practices to
provide my clients with patent related legal services
that match or exceed the level quality provided by the national
firms but at much more reasonable rates.
know how difficult it can be to bring an invention to
fruition. Prior to becoming a patent lawyer, I founded the
Denver Bicycle Design Center, a company that produced high end
Mountain Bicycle components of my invention and design.
Today, I use this knowledge and experience to help ensure
that the intellectual assets of my clients are properly
protected with the strongest possible patents.
I promise to approach every legal project
from the point of view of maximizing the value of your
invention. I am committed to be honest and forthright
with you and believe that this is the best way to ensure a
long, mutually beneficial business relationship.
fax or email me. The first 1/2 hour
consultation, whether by phone, email, or in
person, is FREE.
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Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC at:
5460 S Quebec St., Suite 330
Greenwood Village, Colorado
provided on this site is general in nature and in many
instances represents my opinions. This information is not
to be construed as legal advice. Rather, legal advice concerning
patents and your invention can only be obtained through
consultation with a patent attorney. Because the
patent laws are complex and subject to constant change, I
cannot guarantee the information provided herein is wholly
accurate. I do, however, endeavor to keep the advice up to
date. Furthermore, although I have provided links to various
other patent-related sites that may be useful to inventors, I am not
responsible for their content.
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