"were highly impressed by the level of detail in your results..particularly liked that you included figures when mapping to the claim elements. That was very helpful"
"The JDG was well-prepared with the validity results you provided; please thank the Analyst. We were able to obtain a favorable settlement."
"You are our best Patent Analyst. That's why we keep giving you the toughest cases."
"Paul and James created a beautiful COMPARISON REPORT that convinced Forever 21 in America that my merchandise (wireless earphones) do not infringe on Apple's Airpods. As a result of their analysis and report, Forever 21 in the USA accepted to sell my merchandise. My speaking English is weak but James and Paul at FindTech-IP were able to empower me and achieve what I thought would be impossible. Getting my Chinese merchandise into American fashion stores. Their knowledge of Intellectual Property is truly special."
"Paul performs at a very technical and very high quality level. He easily does deep dives into very complex technology and will do so for many different purposes and outcomes. His analysis is clear-minded, honest and direct. He is attuned to customer needs and performs well in customer presentations and similar interactions. Happy to recommend Paul for any employer."
"Just take a look at Paul's other company. He is inventor on all the patents in their IP Portfolio, and he also drafts, files and even deals with Trademarks and branding. He is an obvious Intellectual Property guru and time will show that after he sells FindTech-IP, high valuations will be waiting for him at QuakeStopper once those patents get Issued. I think this guy is a genius with a plan. I suggest to anybody considering seeking IP help from Paul and his team, to really take advantage of their knowledge and expertise - because at the prices they charge, you won't get such quality IP consulting anywhere. I own an IP incubator and know who is legit. These guys are the ones you want on your side."
"VirnetX Holdings Corp. plunged almost 14 percent on Friday after four of the patents it claimed Apple Inc. had infringed were deemed invalid by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office."
The Federal Circuit on Monday affirmed a jury's verdict invalidating two Eolas Technologies Inc. patents that the company claimed cover basic Web technology, handing a victory to Google Inc. and other members of the JDG. The technology was directed to an interactive web.