Our team’s diverse educational backgrounds coupled with our years of experience allow us to readily comprehend our client’s technology in a variety of technical fields.
Why Bay State IP?
Bay State IP’s experienced team of professionals is here to guide you through the complex process of securing your innovations both in the United States and Internationally.
Simplifying the Process
In today’s ever-changing economic climate, Intellectual Property (Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights & Trade Secrets) greatly defines one’s ability to compete in an expanding global business market.
Technical Understanding

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Protection of Ideas and InventionsProtection of Words, Phrases and LogosProtection of Written Matter, Literature, Art and Music

Our Services


Our team recognizes the importance of identifying and securing one’s technological innovations through patent protection and we work with our clients to develop their Patent portfolio both in the U.S. and abroad.


In today’s competitive world based economy, protecting your company’s name, as well as achieving product recognition is vital. Our team assists our clients in navigating the Trademark process to secure their names, slogans, and logos.

IP Litigation

Sometimes, clients are required to enforce their intellectual property against third-party infringers, while others may be required to defend against allegations of potential infringement.  Our team fights for our clients to enforce intellectual property, settle disputes, and defend against claims.

Our Clients

Who We Are

Bay State IP is a full-service Boston-based Intellectual Property law firm where our Boston Patent Attorney and Boston Trademark Attorney represent clients across the country from Massachusetts to California and abroad, ranging from individual inventors and start-ups to mid-size Corporations. Our experience working with a variety of clients in conjunction with our manageable size provides us the ability to tailor our services/strategy to meet each individual’s specific needs.

The foundation of our firm is the exceptional client relationships we maintain as we are able to provide quality services at competitive rates that fit within every client’s budget. Our team at Bay State IP is personally invested in each client’s IP needs starting from our initial evaluation through the grant of a patent or registration of a trademark and enforcement thereof. Finally, through our strategic alliance with our corporate and litigation counsel, we are able to offer our clients a myriad of services beyond Intellectual Property, including high-level litigation services.

Featured Posts

Trademark Protection: Three Questions Answered for Small Businesses

When starting a business, it is important to establish brand recognition for your product and/or service.  In establishing brand recognition, it is essential for a company to protect the use of their brand whether it is a name, logo, slogan or any combination of the three.  A Federal Trademark registration is an excellent way to solidify protection of an up-and-coming brand while also preventing a competitor from operating under a confusingly similar name.

Here are a few common questions we have received from clients over the years regarding Trademarks:


Upping the Ante – TTAB Rulings & Issue Preclusion

This past December, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of B&B Hardware, Inc. v. Hargis Indus., Inc. wherein the main issue to be determined by the Court is whether the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board’s (TTAB) likelihood of confusion determinations should have a preclusive effect in a trademark claim filed in Federal Court.


Check Out Bay State IP featured on the Shark Tank Blog!

At least once in everyone’s life they have that creative moment where they believe they have come up with something special, namely an invention.   Whether it’s a new product or a unique service, most inventors usually develop ideas as a result of an everyday problem they have to deal with and yet the solutions available to them are not optimal, and thus they invent something that fills this gap.  For most of us this is where the dream ends and the idea is nothing more than a fleeting moment.  However, there are those of you out there that do not give up as easily and decide to pursue your invention beyond the initial idea.  Once you have come up with your brilliant idea, what should you do?