We develop the patent strategy and build the patent portfolio for venture-backed startups on a project-based, flat rate basis. We function as a fractional in-house patent team, responsible for mining, prioritizing, capturing, and writing patent applications on the most valuable inventions.
We have helped over 600 startups develop their patent portfolios, which have increased exit valuations and deterred competitor patent lawsuits. If interested in our services, please apply here.
"Jeff is a brilliant patent attorney and investor, making him a great counselor for any technology company."
"I trusted Schox to build us a patent portfolio to defend against entrenched incumbents, and they delivered mightily: 30 straight issued patents with a 100% allowance rate."
"The Schox team is amazing at capturing inventions and drafting patent applications on really hard technologies with so little effort and time on our end."
"For early and important patent applications — prepared and prosecuted by professionals who really understand business — I recommend Schox."
Watch the nine lectures in the introductory patent course that Jeff teaches at Stanford Engineering.
Purchase the book “Not So Obvious” that Jeff wrote for in his introductory patent course.
Follow the answers to many frequent questions on patent law that we post on Quora.
Watch the 30 minute video that Jeff recorded as a quick introduction to patent law for startups.
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501 3rd Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
Our office is within walking distance of BART (Montgomery) and CalTrain (4th St.).
While we do not have guest parking, there is plenty of metered parking near us.
We created and financially sponsored a philanthropy fund for the founders of our clients. This fund empowers founders to give now — despite their cash and time constraints — by pooling together 1% of their founder stock.
The philanthropic fund, which has had two successful company exits across a dozen members, has provided over $650,000 to 20+ non-profits working to solve some of our most pressing social justice and environmental issues.