Serving the Innovation Community
Luccarelli & Musacchio LLP provides high quality, timely, and cost-effective intellectual property (IP) related legal services for large and small corporate clients. Our legal team includes patent attorneys with years of patent expertise in various technical areas including the mechanical, electrical, software, chemical and material science arts. This expertise, in combination with our practical experience as former in-house counsel within industry, enables us to provide IP services that are especially suited for corporate clients.
Collectively, we have over 50 years of experience within major multinational companies, prosecuting patents, trademarks, and copyrights before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the United States Copyright Office. We collaborate with attorneys in other countries to obtain reciprocal IP rights before foreign IP Offices.
The firm is a "scalable" organization of collaborating patent attorneys with both in-house and law firm patent experience. Having worked in-house, our attorneys are keenly aware of the needs of in-house counsel and are able to provide advice and counseling that addresses those needs. Frequently, clients request our advice and counseling with respect to available strategies for developing and protecting their inventions. Members of the firm share a deep understanding of the importance of client service and furthering client business goals. Our firm also has no long-term administrative overhead burden, and procures project support services on an "as needed" basis in order to reduce costs and avoid inefficiencies associated with a typical brick and mortar law firm. As a “virtual” law firm, all of our business is conducted via cyberspace and on the Internet “cloud”.
In-house general and IP attorneys can rely on us to help them meet client needs.
Inventions for products and services, protected by patents that we procured for our clients, are used in the medical devices and medical imaging, energy and green technology, transportation, and manufacturing fields. Some are recognizable by consumers, while others are embedded within our infrastructure.