Arkansas Patent Attorney

We can help if you’re searching for a Patent Attorney in Arkansas. Our Arkansas Patent Attorneys specialize in providing Patent Searching, Patent Preparation, Patent Prosecution, Patent Licensing, Trademark Applications, and also Copyright Registrations for inventors, entrepreneurs, as well as small-sized businesses requiring a Patent Attorney in Arkansas. Call us for a Free Consultation prior to carrying out any decisions that might have an effect on your Intellectual Property protection.

Extensive and Expert Technical Skill Sets

Our Arkansas Patent Attorneys have comprehensive and professional technical experience which allow us to partner with first-rate engineers, researchers, doctors, and other tech professionals on even the most complicated technologies. We speak to inventors in their own language, placing them at ease as well as saving time, while working to put together successful Patent Applications.

Business Experience Applied to Your Patent Strategy

We take the initiative to understand your organization goals to ensure that our professional services successfully help you to attain your objectives. We instruct our clients regarding all available options, which empowers our clients to make the best choices for great outcomes. When writing your Patent Application, our Arkansas Patent Attorneys utilize marketing writing skills to craft a legal document you can use to attract investors and also negotiate licensing contracts.

Big Firm Know-how Obtainable on a Small Company Budget

We provide services to the entire State of Arkansas, and our clients enjoy top quality patent professional services and representation at a reasonable fee. Without the burden of high priced downtown office space, our Patent Attorneys in Arkansas can provide senior-level, personal service for those smaller sized clients that bigger Arkansas Patent Law Firms dismiss.

Do I Require a Local Arkansas Patent Attorney?

You Require the Right Patent Attorney:
One That Concentrates On Innovators, Start-Ups, and also Small Businesses

The majority of local Patent Attorneys in Arkansas concentrate on providing services to large companies that ensure a stream of patent work every year. They are not enthusiastic about assisting individual inventors and business owners with a single invention. Therefore, individuals and smaller businesses are in most cases palmed off to an unskilled junior Patent Attorney in the Firm with incomplete training and negligible oversight.

As rarefied as Patent Attorneys are, even fewer Arkansas Patent Attorneys focus on small clients, and consequently they are virtually never found locally. That’s why Patent Law Firms with an entrepreneurial emphasis advertise nationally, because there are not nearly enough sole inventors and business owners in any one area to sustain such a particularly specialized law firm for a Patent Attorney in Arkansas.

Patent Attorneys are Licensed to Practice Nationally — You’re Not Restricted Exclusively to Arkansas Patent Attorneys

Patent Law is based on Federal Law, not State Law. Every Patent Attorney is licensed to practice nationally by passing the Patent Bar Examination offered by the United States Patent & Trademark Office. Locating a Patent Attorney in Arkansas is not necessary.

You Don’t Require a Arkansas Patent Attorney — You Require the Best Match

  • Choose a Patent Attorney that understands your company concerns and goals.
  • Obtain a Patent Attorney that focuses on representing clients like you.
  • Obtain a Patent Attorney with predictable fixed rates, and that will respond to concerns on the phone without sending you a bill.
  • Find a Patent Attorney that is easy for you to connect with, during normal work hours, as well as after standard business hours.
  • Obtain a Patent Attorney who’s prepared hundreds of patent applications, and obtained hundreds of issued patents in a variety of modern technologies and sectors.
  • Locate a Patent Attorney with fantastic Testimonials.

Notable Patents from Arkansas Inventors

wonder horse patent illustration filed by a Patent Attorney in Arkansas

William BaltzPocahontas, AR
William Baltz invented the Wonder Horse as a Christmas gift for his 3-year-old son, Billy, in December 1939. The first version suspended the horse from a wood frame using heavy springs, and he named it the “Wonder Horse” because the “Wonder State” was Arkansas’ state nickname. Soon the toy was being mass-produced and became a favorite of children all over the world.

arrow patent drawing filed by an Arkansas Patent Attorney

Ben PearsonPine Bluff, AR
Called the “father of modern archery”, Ben Pearson designed and built much of the machinery enabling the first mass production of bows, arrows, and related archery tackle. Due to this new revolution in manufacturing, the average sports enthusiast could afford quality archery products. His company, founded in 1927, is the oldest bow company in America and still sells archery products today. “What Henry Ford did for mass producing the automobile, Ben Pearson did for mass producing archery equipment.”

taco plate patent figure filed by an Arkansas Patent Attorney

Hugh JarrattFayetteville, AR
Hugh Jarratt designed the Taco Plate when he got frustrated with taco shells that constantly tipped over. The slotted plastic plate is designed to hold three tacos upright along with divided compartments for side dishes. Jarratt sold nearly 500,000 plates before Wal-Mart announced a deal to order 1,000,000 taco plates for its stores.

Arkansas Patent Facts

Total Arkansas Patents Doubled Between 2016 and 2019

After more than two decades of steadily producing 150-200 patents a year, the number of inventions patented by Arkansas inventors has been rapidly climbing, reaching a peak of 601 patents in 2019.

University of Arkansas Ranks 48th in Top 100 Universities for Patents Received

The University of Arkansas System tied for 48th among the World’s Top 100 Universities for the number of U.S. utility patents received in 2012. The University of Arkansas System received 34 patents for inventions by researchers: including inventors at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Arkansas Inventor’s Network

The Arkansas Inventor’s Network is dedicated to helping Arkansas inventors and entrepreneurs find the resources and assistance necessary to define, evaluate, produce, and market their viable product ideas and innovations.

Inventor's Network for Patents in Arkansas

University of Arkansas System Issues World’s First SmartResumes®: Patented Blockchain Secured Credentials

The University of Arkansas System is now issuing certified SmartResumes® to help students and alumni with employment opportunities and promote economic development and more efficient business practices. The patent-pending SmartResume® platform, developed by Arkansas technology company iDatafy®, uses blockchain technology to provide secured and verified credentials that attest to both the academic and co-curricular accomplishments of students and alumni.

We Help Clients Get Patents in Arkansas

Patent Attorney in Arkansas

Central Arkansas

  • Little Rock
  • Conway
  • North Little Rock
  • Benton
  • Sherwood
  • Jacksonville
  • Cabot
  • Searcy
  • Bryant
  • Maumelle
  • Ward
  • East End
  • Greenbrier
  • Sheridan
  • Gibson
  • Shannon Hills
  • Vilonia
  • Lonoke
  • Haskell
  • England
  • Mayflower
  • Carlisle

River Valley

  • Fort Smith
  • Russellville
  • Van Buren
  • Greenwood
  • Clarksville
  • Morrilton
  • Alma
  • Dardanelle
  • Booneville
  • Ozark
  • Paris
  • Atkins
  • Charleston


  • Pine Bluff
  • Texarkana
  • El Dorado
  • Magnolia
  • Camden
  • Hope
  • Monticello
  • Crossett
  • Star City


  • Jonesboro
  • West Memphis
  • Blytheville
  • Forrest City
  • Helena
  • Stuttgart
  • Newport
  • Osceola
  • Marianna


  • Hot Springs
  • Malvern
  • Arkadelphia
  • Mena
  • Waldron
  • Glenwood
  • Salem
  • Murfreesboro
  • Mansfield
  • Mount Ida


  • Bentonville
  • Fayetteville
  • Springdale
  • Rogers
  • Bella Vista
  • Centerton
  • Siloam Springs
  • Harrison
  • Mountain Home
  • Batesville
  • Lowell
  • Farmington
  • Prairie Grove
  • Heber Springs
  • Pea Ridge
  • Cave Springs
  • Tontitown
  • Gentry
  • Gravette
  • Huntsville
  • Mountain View
  • Eureka Springs
  • Fairfield Bay

You Don’t Need a Local Arkansas Patent Attorney.
We Specialize in Clients Like You!

Contact Us for Your Free Initial Phone Consultation

We make the effort to understand your business objectives so that our service effectively helps you reach your goals. We offer an informative free initial telephone consultation. All consultations with an attorney regarding your technical ideas and legal matters are confidential, whether you choose to hire the firm or not.


  • Don’t waste your time looking for another patent attorney.

    Don’t waste your time looking for another patent attorney. Every other patent attorney that I talked to was all about how much money that they could receive before the process even started. When I talked to Russ, I explained to him that I had a pregnant wife, was a compensated veteran from the war in Iraq, and I was working the best I could to support my family while attending night classes in college. I told him that I had a wonderful idea called the CORD CUFF, but I knew that I couldn’t pay the upfront money it takes to get things off the ground. Russ simply said first off, "I want to thank you for your service to our country, and congrats on the upcoming child".

    He took the time to explain to me that the steps we have to take don’t have to be rushed. I could have never done this without this compassionate man. He took the time whenever I called to answer any question, and assured me that everything is under control. When money was tight, Russ would say, "Just send in a little payment here and there, but put that family first". He said, "I have you covered on this end". We started this process in 2009, and I am proud to say that my Ribbon Copy of my Patent on the CORD CUFF was sent to me by overnight delivery. I can’t say enough about him and his firm. ... Read More When the Patent Office made a mistake with the paperwork, he and his people were right on top of things to ensure that the problem was corrected with perfect results. He even paid money out of his own pocket to fix the mess. I am truly satisfied with everything Russ Weinzimmer and his firm have done to help realize my dream for me and my family.

    Dustin Watts

  • I got my patent allowed with only ONE Office Action.

    Russ spent a lot of time explaining patents and the process to me. He kept me well-informed along the way and was very helpful. I got my patent allowed with only ONE Office Action. That saved me at least $6,000 based on what usually happens. Thank you Russ. This will be a real game changer for me!

    Gary Sinyard

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Should I File a Provisional Patent Application?

Should I File a Provisional Patent Application?

Filing a provisional patent application is almost always a bad idea. Preserving your exclusive rights to your invention through a patent depends on meeting specific deadlines when filing a patent application. Relying on the filing date of a provisional can mean that you end up completely losing all of your patent rights. A provisional can also reduce the value of your issued patent and can make it harder to license or sell your invention to other companies.

Trademark a Name AND a Logo for Your Business

Trademark a Name AND a Logo for Your Business

Failing to trademark a name and logo leaves your business vulnerable to copycats who could use your logo with a different name.

If another company uses your trademark, either your name or logo, your company can lose sales and reputation. When customers buy from a competitor because they’re confused by the infringement of your trademark, you lose sales that should have been yours. And bad knockoffs using your trademark can ruin your reputation in the marketplace if customers incorrectly associate their bad experience with your company.

For trademarks, you need to separately protect all your branding: separately trademark a name and logo, as well as any slogans or catch-phrases.

Class Action Lawsuit Alleges InventHelp Patent Searches are Purposefully Incomplete

Class Action Lawsuit Alleges InventHelp Patent Searches are Purposefully Incomplete

A Pennsylvania class action lawsuit alleges that InventHelp made false representations that consumer ideas were eligible for patents and misled them into purchasing services agreements.

The lawsuit claims that InventHelp’s purposefully incomplete patent searches and basic information package reports are part of InventHelp’s ploy to convince consumers that their inventions are marketable and/or patentable, and con them into signing contracts for more expensive Submission Services. The “Preliminary Patentability Opinions” claim that customers’ proposed inventions are eligible to receive patents, when, in fact, there often already exist “dead ringer” patents that would prevent these inventions from receiving patents.

Critical Patent Attorney Shortage Will Make it Harder to Find One

Critical Patent Attorney Shortage Will Make it Harder to Find One

The number of Patent Attorneys is rapidly declining, at the same time as demand for patents is rising. From 2008 to 2018, the number of new Patent Attorneys fell by 50%. From 2009 to 2015, the number of Patent Applications increased by 30% and the number of issued US Patents increased 70%.

Patent Attorneys account for more than 15% of law firm job openings while representing less than 2% of all lawyers in the U.S. As more of the already dwindling supply of Patent Attorneys are hired by big law firms and by large corporations and universities as in-house Patent Attorneys, there are fewer and fewer available to work with individual inventors and small companies.



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